The new FPS from the Alien Isolation staff is known as Hyenas and it commemorates the multi-billion greenback house race

Sega has lastly pulled again the curtain on the brand new Creative Assembly FPS. It’s an ambitious-sounding multiplayer recreation referred to as Hyenas, coming from the studio liable for Alien Isolation, Halo Wars 2, and the Total War franchise.

Hyenas was revealed with a slightly nifty cinematic trailer, designed to present us a style of zero-gravity gunplay and give attention to quick motion mechanics. While Creative Assembly hasn’t proven any gameplay but, its description of how Hyenas will play sounds sort of like a twisted model of Hunt: Showdown – Crytek’s PvPvE shooter. The largest distinction is that Hyenas is about in house and clearly radiates extra constructive, energetic vibes.

In a world the place the billionaires left Earth for Mars — and destroyed the planet with the zero-gravity know-how that allowed them to flee within the first place — Hyenas could have you and your folks teaming up in crews of three to raid Plunderships are sprawling malls filled with nostalgic objects that the wealthy wish to embellish their Martian mansions with.

Hyena screenshot

(Image credit score: SEGA)

To get your fingers on this high-value loot (like Panini sticker albums, SEGA Mega Drives, Sonic the Hedgehog keychains, and PEZ dispensers) you will must face each human and AI threats. A complete of 5 crews (every made up of three actual gamers) enter a single plunder map, every making an attempt to get their fingers on the very best loot after which dodge it. They should grapple with “a sandbox playground of interlocking systems” and work intelligently to “exploit the environment, security networks, hired idiots, and competing crews” to achieve a bonus. Oh, and switchable zero-g zones that promise spectacular shootouts.

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