Deep Silver has announced Ride To Hell: Retribution, a "hard-hitting over-the-top" action adventure due for release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC this June.

Developed by Ferrari Challenge creators Eutechnyx, Ride To Hell: Retribution follows cigar-smoking biker Jake Conway, "a man with either a gun in his hand or a girl on his lap" who sets out to reap revenge on biker gang The Devil's Hand.

Described as a "one-of-a-kind rock and roll brawler", Deep Silver promises that players will be able to engage in brutal on-foot combat and shoot down targets while riding their hog, as they drive through the streets of an anarchic 1960s location.

There are strippers with Uzis, men set on fire after being doused in alcohol, and... well, it all looks a little bit bonkers. Take a look at the trailer below, but be warned: It isn't particularly safe for work.

The game will also be joined by a second, standalone digital title, Ride To Hell: Route 666, due to release on XBLA, PSN and PC in June, and a mobile game, Ride To Hell: Beatdown.

A tactical, 'arcade-based combat' game, Route 666 has players "using both brains and brawn" to recruit and command gang members to take over Route 66. Beatdown, meanwhile, is simply described as a "rock'n'roll brawler".

Expect more info on all three in the coming weeks.


Source: Deep Silver press release