The latest God\u2019s Trigger trailer is brutal, stylish, and utterly gory. The trailer of the violent top-down shooter game from One More Level and Techland has bullets and rockets flying everywhere. The trailer is the latest teaser that Techland releases prior to its release on April 18.\r\n\r\nThe latest trailer showcases its interesting aspects, including two characters from two different realms who are fighting together. God\u2019s Trigger players can get creative in mixing 14 abilities in total and 36 weapons.\r\n\r\n[embed]https:\/\/youtu.be\/TB4gH9oMrZA[\/embed]\r\n\r\nThe characters named Judy, the demon, and Harry, the fallen angel, taking on enemies using their seven unique abilities. Judy is a demon trapped on Earth and has been enjoying her stay. She often uses her demonic powers and bladed chain.\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, Harry is a former soldier from Heaven who disdains humanity but fights for the fate of the Earth.\r\n\r\nTheir abilities can be customized, upgraded, or combined together to have a new set of styles in the gameplay. It is also important to note that both Judy and Harry can launch fatal hits. They can use flamethrowers, swords, hand grenades or shotguns and these are just a few of the 36 weapons.\r\n\r\nThese deadly weapons coupled with fast attacks will help Judy and Harry become invisible to their enemies.\r\n\r\nThe action in the game can come in really fast. It seems a welcoming feature for players to have the ability to make time run slow with the Time Bubble.\r\n\r\nThe trailer shows bullets bursting in the room and killing enemies in seconds. It would be really challenging for players to arrive at split-second decisions while dodging enemy attacks. Players can also turn bullets into bigger and deadlier rockets through the Wall of Fire.\r\n\r\nThe fast-paced game has a lot of explosions and the details are graphic and gory. God\u2019s Trigger has both solo and co-op mode.\r\n\r\nPlayers can easily change characters at any time and get access to each of the character\u2019s powers and skills. Players can do this seamlessly in the solo campaign.\r\n\r\nBut it looks more interesting for players to call their friend, and play in a co-op campaign. They can use their unique skills to complement the attacks of the other character and be deadlier with surprising combos.\r\n\r\nSynchronized kills get more XP too. God\u2019s Trigger trailer also shows the Dark Vortex, a small black hole which can gather people together.\r\n\r\nCritics likened the game to Hotline Miami sans the neon lights and swag soundtrack. God\u2019s Trigger was first seen in 2017. The game will start its Apocalypse this month for PlayStation4, PC, and Xbox One.