Ubisoft lets “advanced, post-biological forms of life” compete against each other in block form. The surprisingly announced indie arena shooter allows eight players to compete against each other in about ten minutes – with the option of a non-violent action.
The game developed by Ubisoft Reflections (Grow Home, Grow Up) is based on the trendy clutter scenario of younger players: players slip into the skin of a so-called exo form, which in the last days of the universe in a single arena around its remaining mass Form of blocks – fights.
The size of the avatar scales with the collected mass: with increasing supplies, the exoform evolves into seven stages from small and fast evolutionary forms to large and powerful species. At the end of the game, the player who won the most mass was won.
The substance, which spends both size and points, is obtained by either bombarding other exo-forms or collecting them in the arena. The trailer shows that nonviolent action is to be understood as a theoretical possibility: firefights are the focus here. Ten power-ups can also be collected and used.
Low system requirements
The game will be released on Steam on September 19th. The system requirements are moderate due to the low-intensity block graphics; an older processor with four threads, four gigabytes of RAM, and a five-year-old mid-class GPU are called minimum requirements by Ubisoft. Optimal is already a Quadcore processor from Intels Sandy Bridge generation with six gigabytes of memory, as well as an AMD R9 280 or GeForce GTX 760 be.