Zero-G Firefighting Coming As Space FPS Boundary Holds Next Beta Test During Steam Next Fest
In space... what happens to a muzzle flash?
The annual Steam Next Fest event is taking place next week and it seems plenty of companies are using it as an opportunity to showcase their games. In this case, Skystone Games and Studio Surgical Scalpels are opening their space-based, PvP, team shooter Boundary to players in another beta test during the event. That means players will be able to check out the game between February 6 and 13.
The Steam playtest will offer players a chance to check out things like the game’s weapon customization system. This allows them to upgrade and modify weapons to meet their play style. There are also several multiplayer maps inspired by real-life industrial tech and space exploration. And, there will even be a peek at the progression system used to unlock weapons, skins, and the like.
It seems like those interested will also be getting a release date in the near future. The team promises “the announcement players have been waiting years to hear.” That sounds like a launch date announcement.
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