Hi-Rez’s squad-based multiplayer shooter Rogue Company enters paid beta on EGS


Last time we peeked in on Rogue Company, the multiplayer shooter coming out of Hi-Rez’s internal First Watch Games label, we were given a lot of promises of what the game is hoping to be. In more recent news, however, the game is now available to play in beta… provided you’re willing to pay for it.

Yep, this is one of those pay-for-beta-access jobs, offering up three different founder’s packs ranging in price between $15 and $60, though the third tier pack is on a 10% discount until August 3rd. If you’ve missed out on hearing about Rogue Company, the game promises “energetic gameplay, and third-person, action movie flair” as well as cross-platform play on PC and all major consoles once it fully launches.

If you’d rather see things play out instead, there is 15 minutes of alpha gameplay video embedded below just in case you want to vicariously try before you buy.

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