Tactical Multiplayer PC Mech Shooter Blazing Core Enters Early Access
Friday, October 19, 2018Developer OctoBox Interactive kicks down the door to Early Access providing instant admission to Mech-heads who want to get hands-on with its brutal tactical shooter as it develops.OctoBox Interactive today announced that, for the next six months, its tactical PC mech shooter, Blazing Core – Knights of the Future, has entered the Early Access phase of its development. Players from around the globe can finally unleash team-based mech mayhem for £13.99 / €17.99 / $17.99.
Following a successful month-long period in open beta, Early Access will allow more players than ever be to go toe-to-toe with rival teams in fierce 3x3 and 6x6 battles across a dazzling array of outlandish, futuristic maps.
Although OctoBox keenly admits to taking inspiration from titles such as World of Tanks and Rainbow Six: Siege, Blazing Core – Knights of the Future is different beast in many ways. Instead of implementing headshots and spawn kills, the game’s core mechanics encourage tactical decision making before unleashing hell with the game’s eclectic range of weapons.
Blazing Core – Knights of the Future is a game replete with constantly evolving roster of features and game mechanics – many of which are the result of suggestions made by the community. As such, Early Access will include the following updates, refinements and new features:
Early Access Features
● Maya Mia! Completely reworked Maya map featuring destructible objects and new shelters. Improved Lighting effects have been overhauled and the map filled with elements that provide players with a location backstory including that of its inhabitants ● Upgraded! Re-vamped system for obtaining new mech equipment. Players now have the chance to obtain equipment after each match. The better you play, the greater the chance of getting new equipment ● New Quests system - Complete daily and weekly quests and receive unique items as a reward ● Banner-bearing drones added - Knights no longer enter the battlefield with their banners as newly-implemented banner-bearer drones now accompany the player’s mech in the battle ● Developer OctoBox will distribute the game via the Buy-to-Play system and will not use Loot Boxes or Microtransactions