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. rickshaw on December 1, 2016

    I don’t think this is going last 5 seconds

  2. Dreadlox on December 1, 2016

    It look like garbage. Top-down shooters are just not fun anymore.

  3. Anime_Girl_With_MAGA_Hat.jpg on December 1, 2016

    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.

    • Curst on December 1, 2016

      This is not an FPS. It’s a top-down shooter aka dual stick shooter. Games like that work well with a controller.

    • Onara Gorou on December 1, 2016

      FPS is never mentioned.

  4. White on November 30, 2016

    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)

  5. Trompok on November 30, 2016

    It will fail… just do yourself a favor and invest the money in something else. (100% future)