Deep Silver has announced that not one, not two, but three hard ridin' hard fightin' motorbike games will release in June. Ride To Hell: Retribution will take players on a brutal journey of vengeance, while Ride To Hell: Route 666 offers a more tactical take on running a biker gang on downloadable platforms.
There'll even be a mobile tie-in too. Trailer and details after the break.
Ride To Hell: Retribution casts players as Jake Conway, "a man with either a gun in his hand or a girl on his lap," who's dead set on enacting his revenge on a deadly biker gang known as The Devil's Hand. Expect a sleazy and brutal grindhouse experience, featuring both motorcycle and traditional combat, set in the 1960s. The PS3 and Xbox 360 title has been in development since 2008, and dropped off the radar after it missed the original 2009 release window.
Ride To Hell: Route 666 is a downloadable affair, slated for PSN, XBLA and Steam. Players will recruit and lead a gang of bikers from Chicago to Los Angeles, fighting for every mile of the road using both brain and brawn. "Fast paced arcade combat combined with easy to understand tactics" will underpin the experience, and the action will apparently be second nature to "anyone who understands team sports." Interestingly, it's in the works at Black Forest Studios, who designed the excellent Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams.
Finally, Ride to Hell: Beatdown will offer a 'rock & roll brawler' on mobile platforms. More details are forthcoming.
All three titles are out in June 2013.