Lightbulb Crew has announced that their team shooter is arriving on PlayStation 4 and PC in early 2017 (officially on PC as Early Access has ended in preparation for full launch on Steam). The game — which will be demoed for the first time on consoles at the PlayStation Experience in Anaheim, California — is titled Games of Glory. The game is cross-platform, allowing players of both systems to play together.

The top-down shooter entered Alpha back in 2014 and is finally preparing for closed beta — which can be signed up for on the game site. The site also contains a general FAQ on the game and details on future plans for it.

For a peek at how the game plays, check out the PlayStation Experience gameplay trailer below.

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  1. Who thought it would be a good idea to have cross play between consol and pc for a fps game. Pc players will have an advantage due to them using a mouse to aim instead of a joystick. This game is dead before it even releases.

  2. Most of the MMO Community are deserted like Crap Nowadays. It only a Few Lively Community games out on the market. I agree it a waste of money most the time with New MMO games coming out each year just to Fail Permanent Also The Community need to stop being a fool by all this stuff that the developer being saying making Promise in there Interview. (MMO Games Are Trash Can)


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