Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition is the remastered version of the classic FPS video game. The game puts players in the role of Grayson Hunt, a killer with extra ordinary skills. Check out our tips on how to get started.
Use Electric Leash and Save Bullets
Bulletstorm brings an interesting combat system in which the player uses an Electric Leash, a kind of whip to hit enemies. In addition to being very efficient, it is an interesting alternative to spare ammunition throughout the fighting.
You can also upgrade your Electric Leash. This makes you even more powerful, either against your opponents or in the range you reach.
Don’t Spare Points
Throughout the campaign, Bulletstorm allows the player to accumulate experience points - which are called SP. With them, you can buy more ammunition for your weapons, increase the bullet comb and make upgrades.
And if in other games the idea is that you accumulate points to buy better items, in Bulletstorm the rule is: spend them as fast as you can. This is because the difficulty of the game progressively evolves. In other words, you need to advance little by little, as your enemies get more and more difficult.
Make Combos and Collect Points
Although Bulletstorm is not a fighting game, it is also possible to perform beautiful combos. To do this, you must perform a combination of your opponent's plays, such as pulling him with the whip and firing at his head, for example.
So be creative and ruthless in the way you perform your killings. Use alternate forms and vary your range of plays, as you repeat actions, points begin to count less.
Stay Tuned For The Scenes Throughout The Gameplay
If you have already started the Bulletstorm campaign, you may have noticed that at many times you need to look at a particular scene on the screen. It yields SP for every second of attention, so it is critical that the player stays watchful all the time.