Take A Hoverboard Or Robo-moose Into Battle In Upcoming Fast-paced FPS LEAP
Closed beta begins January 19.
It's almost time to leap into LEAP, a new, fast-paced first-person shooter coming to Steam early access next week. Coming from indie developer Blue Isle Studios, LEAP offers four classes with abilities and gear ranging from turret deployment to orbital strikes to robo-moose mounts. Yes, really.
Battles in LEAP involve up to 60 players and pit two warring factions against each other: the United Earth Defense Coalition (UEDC) and the rebellious Exo-Terrans. Traversal the environment appears to be at an important part of LEAP's gameplay, with each LEAP mercenary having its own personal vehicle to help them navigate the wilds. These include and hoverboards, jetpacks, grappling hooks, innertubes -- and the aforementioned moose.
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