Squad-based Sick City plans closed alpha for June

Roccat may be best-known for its gaming peripherals, including headsets, keyboards, and mice. But now the German company is making the game that could be played with its own hardware: Sick City.

The company announced this week that it is developing a post-apocalyptic tactical combat title that will pit squads of four players against each other to control resources and dominate a city landscape. A closed beta test is scheduled for the beginning of June, and players who are interested in participating can sign up to be a part of it. There’s also a brief FAQ that provides more details about what the game is and how it’s played.

Roccat Marketing Manager Tuan Mai told Engadget that the studio has solid talent behind it: “We can’t go into specifics on who at the time, but I can tell you that the team is composed of experienced developers that have worked at other game studios in Hamburg before.”

HELLO ROCCATEERS, WELCOME TO SICK CITY! A post-apocalyptic battle for ultimate domination rages in the streets. And we…

Posted by Sick City on martes, 9 de mayo de 2017

Source: Sick City, FAQ. Thanks Nordavind!
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Well I don’t like the art but I like the premise(and the anarchy symbol on one of the guns). Translation from german: “Sick City is our interpretation of a game with modern realtime-tactic skirmishes. Urban Warfare, team-based 4v4 street fights and the struggle for ressources. The goal is clear: own the streets of Sick City.”


Just that header visual and the vague description make it sound almost like Smash + Grab. Shame that game died so early. Would be cool to see something similar to it.