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Huge Sci-Fi Multiplayer Shooter, LEAP, Announced With Closed Beta

Developer Blue Isles Studios have announced their brand new explosive first-person shooter, LEAP, with a Closed Beta Test coming very soon.

LEAP is the latest title from developer Blue Isles Studios who are known for developing Slender: The Arrival, Valley and Citadel: Forged With Fire. It seeks to blend both land and air-based combat in a huge explosive first-person shooter extravaganza. Matches will feature up to 60 players who will split between the United Earth Defense Coalition and the Exo-Terrans factions. While the majority of their previous titles have been smaller, singleplayer focused experiences, LEAP will be multiplayer only. It also plans to be in Early Access 12 months, according to the game’s Steam store page. However, it is possible this will change as they say “game development can be tricky, and our timeline will remain flexible”.

LEAP - Gameplay
Image Credit – Blue Isles Studios

Check out the game’s official announcement trailer here.

What Is LEAP?

In LEAP you play as one of four classes and will have an assortment of tools and abilities as well as a personal vehicle at your disposal. You’ll engage in huge 60 player battles that take place across sprawling maps. The Early Access version comes with the aforementioned four classes, six huge maps, a lot of cosmetics as well as a per-class progression system, challenges, leaderboards and parties. There is currently no word on whether or not there will be offline bots. Here is some of what you can expect in LEAP:

  • Choose between four unique classes and unlock new weapons and abilities as you level up
  • Pick between the United Earth Defense Coalition or the Exo-Terrans in huge 60 player battles
  • Fight across six sprawling maps
  • Have your own personal vehicle including a “mechanical moose”
  • Customise your mecenary with various cosmetics
Image Credit – Blue Isles Studios

Release Date & Price

There is currently no word on LEAP’s release date. However, a Closed Beta Test will begin on the 19th of January. If you want to sign up you just need to go to the game’s website here. Alternatively, you can wishlist the game over on its Steam store page to be notified of any future updates.

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