Embark Studios’ The Finals Closed Beta Starts March 7

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Embark Studios has released a new gameplay trailer for team-based shooter The Finals and said it will hold a two-week closed beta from March 7th to March 21st.

Players can join the first wave of competitors in the ultimate virtual combat game show by signing up to test the game via Steam.

The Finals remains in development and beta participants should expect lots of tweaks, changes and additions based on the feedback they give.

The title is a free-to-play team-based shooter wrapped in a game show format. It takes environmental dynamism, destruction and player freedom to the limit.


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It is like Hunger Gamesbut was also inspired by entertainment like squid game, royal battle, american gladiators, HallFormula 1, Smash TV and other dystopian survival stories.

In this case, players compete for a chance at riches in the Finals, which represents the pinnacle of competition after escalating tournaments. The game features four teams of three players each, all competing against each other in shooting combats.

Competitors battle it out in virtual playgrounds based on some of the most iconic places in the world. This one in the video is the old town of Monaco, which, believe it or not, I’ve visited in real life. I’ll have to see if I recognize any of the places.

These arenas are immersive and fully destructible, powered by Embark’s new server-side destruction and movement system, which ensures all players experience the same impact on the world at the same time – whether it’s a piece of furniture blown up or an entire building collapsing. .

“Many of us at Embark have been building first-person shooters for over two decades, but just when we thought we were done with the genre, we discovered the holy grail of a developer,” said Rob Runesson, Executive Producer of The Finals, in a statement. affirmation. “With server-side destruction and movement, almost everything in The Finals can be destroyed. We want to breathe new life into a genre that has frankly become a little dull and we can’t wait to test The Finals with a large number of players to see if
they agree, so we can continue to improve the experience ahead of launch.”

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