Bethesda has announced an all-new multiplayer action combat game, BattleCry featuring fast-paced and frenetic 32-player battles from BattleCry Studios.
The game is the first project since the studio was formed in 2012 by industry veteran Rich Vogel, who is joined by seasoned developers with decades of experience.
The team described the game as “a fun and accessible free-to-play game that amplifies team-based combat by combining visceral brutality, striking art direction and competitive multiplayer action to create a refreshingly new gameplay experience.”
“The BattleCry team is happy to unveil the game that bears our studio’s name, said Rich Vogel, president and executive producer at BattleCry Studios.
We have been hard at work to create a fresh experience for gamers that brings together multiplayer action with visually stunning combat and are excited to share details about the game and have people play BattleCry in Bethesda’s booth at E3.”
“Step into a bold, expressive world envisioned by Viktor Antonov (Half-Life 2, Dishonored) where gun powder has been banned following a cataclysmic world war at the dawn of the 20th century.
Traditional warfare is now a relic of the past and all conflicts are settled head-on by elite teams of chosen warriors in sanctioned WarZones. Trained and bred for battle they face off for the glory of their nations.
Choose your faction and progress your warrior through the ranks. Each rank unlocks new abilities and effects allowing deep strategic builds for your warrior on every level. Risk life and limb as the powerful Royal Marines or the fearless Cossacks in imaginative WarZones each designed to combine positioning, spacing and verticality to redefine your core combat experience.
Fight with transformative melee and ranged weapons that harness iron and energy and eviscerate your opponents with swords that transform into shields, bows that can punch an arrow straight through an armored skull or electrocute your foes with high powered blades crackling with electro-static energy.”
Battlecry beta is set to begin in 2015 for PC.
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Source: Press release