On May 30, FPS fans will have something a bit more personal to play. Developer Brainwash Gang and publisher Raw Fury are dropping a new online PvP shooter titled Friends vs Friends on Steam. The game combines FPS gameplay with deck building in 1v1 and 2v2 matches. That means this game will be ideal to play with a small group of friends. Although, matchmaking with players around the world is a feature – should you not want to risk upsetting your real-world friends.
Friends vs Friends will run players $10 on Steam – although there’s a 40% discount right now. As with other shooters, it will feature seasonal content, cosmetics, and more. Those hoping to play it on consoles will have to wait. Currently, we have a delivery time frame of “later this year”.
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