John Carpenter Unveils ‘Toxic Commando’ Video Game

by Thomas Tuna

See a zombie, blast a zombie. Simple.

Horror legend John Carpenter has lent his name and expertise to a new video game developed by Focus Home Entertainment and Saber Interactive, and a trailer has dropped to preview the action. Check out the video on this page.

John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando–slated for consoles and PCs next year–is a cooperative first-person shooter game powered by Saber Interactive’s Swarm Engine.

In the new game, a science experiment designed to extract power from Earth’s core “goes horribly wrong, awakening the Sludge God–an entity capable of transforming people into zombies,” according to the description.

Gamers will be able to play solo or cooperatively, choosing from such deadly weapons as grenades, katanas and other playthings–as well as special abilities–to combat the undead.

Carpenter said, “It’s exciting to collaborate on a new video game with Focus and Saber. I really like shooting zombies. They blow up real good, and there are a ton of them.”

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando.


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