Wargaming Is Rumored To Be Working On A New Multiplayer FPS Called Shatterline
World of Tanks and World of Warships developer Wargaming is reportedly working on a new first-person shooter called Shatterline. The game is currently in alpha testing and will feature 8v8 multiplayer matches with cross-platform support, eight colorful characters, and a cartoony art style. It also apparently runs on Amazon Game Studios’ Lumberyard engine, the same game engine used in New World.
According to Gaming Intel, players will be able to choose from several game modes, including classic ones such as Free-for-All, Team Deathmatch, and Domination. The game will also feature a Payload-style Escort mode, and two co-op modes called Blitz and Expedition.
Blitz will serve as the game’s co-op campaign and will be linear in nature with cutscenes and cinematics after each level. Each level will take around 15 minutes or so to complete. Expedition, on the other hand, will play like a non-linear version of Blitz where players will be dropped into the map with either a primary weapon of their choice or a special ability like quick regen. They will then be able to explore the map to acquire better gear while working as a team to complete various objectives such as defeating random enemy waves or taking down field bosses.
Wargaming has yet to confirm the existence of the game although the amount of information leaked seems to be evidence enough that the game is real. Then again, we might be wrong. We’ll let you know as soon as new information comes to light.