'The Warrior' Release Date, News & Update: Classic Rockstar Video Game Gets A Do-Over; Available Now For PS4 and Xbox!

By Faye Jimenea , Updated Jul 07, 2016 12:00 AM EDT

One of the most highly-rated video game in the past, "The Warriors" by game developer Rockstar, is finally making a resurgence again, and this time "The Warriors" video game has been converted for PS4 and Xbox. Originally, Rockstars "The Warriors" was played on PS2 but trends of today's video gaming world is to remake old video games and convert them to be playable on the newer consoles.

"The Warriors" was first released back in 2005 for PS2 and Xbox and gathered quite high ratings amongst the gaming reviewers and had fans raving about it. Coming from the creators of the highly successful "Grand Theft Auto" video game installments, "The Warriors" was not in the least dissapointing.

But unlike "The Warriors" sister video game, "Grand Theft Auto", "The Warriors" concentrate more on brawling and has quite a simple story line but the gameplay of "The Warriors" is one of a kind. The storyline of "The Warriors" happens to be set in New York 1979 during a time wherein gangs were rampant in the city.

For starters, "The Warriors" is a gang that has been wrongly accused of murdering a rival gang and has to fight 60,000 men and make their way back to their turf on the other end of the city.

According to the release of Rockstar, the new and rendered "The Warriors"  feautures "full 1080p up-rendering and enhanced features such as Trophies, Shareplay, Remote Play, Activity Feeds and Second Screen support for game manuals with PS Vita or PS App." "The Warriors" was inspired from a movie with the very same name.

As of now, details of "The Warriors" has not been released but the video game is now available for purchase for only $13 on the PlayStation store. "The Warrior," which is a classic video game, has made its comeback and looks like it will be again a success. 

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