Now labeled a “massively multiplayer shooter” giving a “massive-scale third-person shooter experience,” the game is apparently being published by Bandai-Namco, which might explain Behaviour’s confidence about its 2016 funding and launch prospects in recent weeks. As we explained yesterday,
“Senior Producer Nathan Richardsson told players that the Steam launch wasn’t a ‘cashgrab’ and that the game was already funded such that it would launch this year regardless, but more money would mean more and faster content. ‘We are simply continuing [the founders program] in the Steam Early Access framework,’ he wrote.”
The companies have confirmed a 2016 console launch on PS4 and Xbox One as well. We’ve included the new in-engine cinematic trailer below.