Developer Next Studios, Studio Gobo

Publisher Tencent

Format PC

Origin China, UK

Release TBA

Made up of veterans of Epic and Ubisoft together with newcomers from the broader tech industry, Tencent’s youthful Next Studios has worked on a wide variety of projects in a handful of years – from mazy Roguelikes through noir detective fables to prototype, Milo-and-Katestyle AI avatars. A collaboration with UK-based Studio Gobo, is the grandest but most generic-feeling of the lot, an openworld survival shooter in which insists. By grabbing ‘sync nodes’ dropped by some cyborgs, you can mass-hack hordes and turn them into allies. “We really want to give you a world where everything is connected, everything is in the same network, and you are able to use enemies as weapons,” he says.

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