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Hi-Rez Studios’ Rogue Company gameplay revealed in new trailer

First Watch Games is a video game developer that belongs to Hi-Rez Studios, the publisher of Smite and Paladins, and has been working on a new third-person shooter called Rogue Company. To show their progress so far, the team has released a gameplay trailer to give the public a glimpse of Rogue Company.

The first we heard of this game was back in the 5th of September 2019, in a Nintendo Direct episode. In this cross-platform team-based shooter, you play as one of the various mercenaries (Rogues) that are part of a “vigilante force” called Rogue Company. This “company” acts on behalf of governments, doing what they can’t.

The game will provide a cross-platform experience between Nintendo, PS4, Xbox One and PC (via Epic Games Store). There will be more than 50 weapons and gadgets to pick and multiple classes to choose from, creating an endless array of choices to play with.

Scott Lussier, the lead game designer at Fire Watch Games and former Halo champion, is working alongside multiple industry veterans to create the debut game from First Watch Games studio. As per Rogue Company’s press release, Lussier states that the game “matches a modern, high-style universe with tight, tactical action gameplay” and its main objective is to bring its community together while showing off “their individual style”.

Rogue Company is scheduled for a release in Summer 2020, on all platforms. If you want to learn more about this game or sign up to the alpha, visit its official website.

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