Wednesday, May 3, 2023

Squad-Based FPS ‘Starship Troopers: Extermination’ Arrives May 17th in Early Access [Trailer]

After initially announcing Starship Troopers: Extermination last November, developer Offworld Industries has that the 16-player, squad-based co-op FPS will arrive in Early Access on Steam on May 17th. The team plans on using Early Access to collaborate with the community through the game’s earliest development stages, relying on their feedback to help guide what features and mechanics to build upon before the game’s eventual transition into 1.0.

The Early Access edition of Starship Troopers: Extermination will be available at $24.99 USD upon release, which will increase as more content is introduced ahead of the 1.0 launch. From day one of Early Access, the title will already boast both strategy and combat-oriented gameplay. Players can construct and reinforce bases of operations while not in heavy combat, creating a safe structure to respawn, regroup and rearm themselves in preparation for Bug-exterminating co-op play. These bases are protected from enemy spawns, and base-building isn’t linked to a specific class or rank, so Deep Space Vanguards of every stripe can utilize these structures.

In Starship Troopers: Extermination, players can team up in squads of 4 to battle the Bugs as part of the Deep Space Vanguard, an elite Special Forces group within the Mobile Infantry. You’ll battle across a massive map with five unique zones in swarm-based combat against hordes of bloodthirsty insectoid aliens on the hostile surface of the planet Valaka. You’ll have three Classes to choose from in Assault, Support, and Defense to best suit your playstyle and support the rest of your squad.

Given the size of the map, communication is key! Extermination‘s ‘Ping’ system gives players a quick and easy way to call out points of interest, objectives, incoming enemies, and more to teammates.


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