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New hero shooter Rogue Company releases gameplay trailer

Elite, horny and paid. I obtained one out of three.

First Watch Games has launched a gameplay trailer for its debut launch, Rogue Company, a hero-based multiplayer shooter coming to PC and consoles later this summer season.

In Rogue Company, groups of gamers will choose from an ever-growing collection of – and I quote – “Elite, sexy, and paid” mercenaries, earlier than battling it out in a number of sport modes in third-person shooter motion. First Watch Games is eager to advertise the cross-play side of Rogue Company, permitting gamers on all platforms to compete with one another.

This 12 months has seen quite a lot of multiplayer shooter followers embed themselves inside their favorite releases – titles resembling Overwatch, Fortnite, Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, and the not too long ago launched Call of Duty: Warzone. Rogue Company hopes to face aside from these titles with its irreverent humour and characters, however it will possibly’t be denied that it is coming into a extremely aggressive market, one that’s already stuffed with glorious releases.

We’ll see how Rogue Company fares when it launches this summer season on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC through Epic Games Store. If you need to dive into the motion sooner, then ensure to enroll in Alpha entry over at the official website.

New hero shooter Rogue Company releases gameplay trailer

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