Rise of Incarnates Headed to Steam Early Access
Bandai Namco's free-to-play PvP game, Rise of Incarnates, will debut on Steam Early Access on Februaty 4th.
In Rise of Incarnates, players battle in a 2 vs. 2 arena set in New York City or Paris maps, using a variety of different modes, including Versus matches, Arcade mode and Bot matches. During these battles, players must employ sharp reflexes, mental resolve and strategic insight as they run, jump, and fly through these 3D arenas, engaging in both close-quarters combat and long-range assaults. Many more characters, maps and other features will continue to be added throughout Early Access as well.
If you want to take the game for a test drive, head on over and sign up.
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