If you've not heard of it before, we don't blame you.
FromSoftware released the Metal Wolf Chaos third-person shooter game in Japan only on the Xbox console in 2004. The game developed a small cult following for its absurd premise. The title follows Michael Wilson, a distant relative of former president Woodrow Wilson, as he becomes President of the United States.
It's a presidential showdown as Wilson makes his way across the control in an enormous mech called Metal Wolf in a bid to remove Hawk from power. From there, he launches a one-man - err.mech? - campaign to take back his country.
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Metal Wolf Chaos XD will becoming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC later this year.
The game's absurdly patriotic story and wild action gameplay made it a favorite amongst Western gamers who largely only ever experienced the game via YouTube videos and shared screenshots.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice isn't the only new From Software game announced at E3 2018: Devolver Digital has announced it will also publish a game by the Dark Souls studio. It'll sport remastered visuals, widescreen format and the original voice cast. The company posted a Twitter post later that month to FromSoftware's Yasunori Ogura stating, "Give us a shout, we'd love to talk about Metal Wolf Chaos!".