News Closed Beta is coming out on April 5

PlayFusion has surprised everyone, as The Cambridge-based studio, known for its innovative approach to gaming, has announced the closed beta for its upcoming multiplayer shooter, ASCENDANT.COM, launching on April 5th. Dubbed as the world’s first Adaption Shooter, this game is supposed to bring something new to the table.

The closed beta event, running from April 5 to 6, will offer players a taste of 3v3v3v3 PvP battles. The game is introducing a Virtual Game Director, a new feature that will direct the match towards an outcome based on players’ choices.

Accessibility and closed beta sign-up

The game is already available to wishlist both on Steam and the Epic Games Store. If you wish to signup for the closed beta, you can also visit the official website.

Ascendant Deep Dive video

A brand new features overview video gives potential players a deep dive into the adaptive gameplay systems that set ASCENDANT.COM, which can be found below.

ASCENDANT.COM is a squad-based tactical FPS gameplay, offering a changing battlefield with in-game events. The important piece is to outmaneuver and outgun your opponents. As PlayFusion gets ready for the closed beta, players ask themselves if ASCENDANT.COM will work its way through the highs?

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