Ubisoft Reflections Announces Atomega – A Unique Multiplayer FPS (VIDEO)
Ubisoft Reflections, which is responsible for the titles Grow Home and Grow Up, has just announced a brand new multiplayer online first-person shooter (FPS) titled Atomega. Instead of the typical gun-wielding soldier, players will take on the form of a solitary cube that fires a laser. Use that laser to destroy your enemies and collect their cube to create a larger form. The more kills, the more cubes, the bigger you get. Check out the trailer below:
Atomega will be an online only multiplayer game that features one map and up to eight players. As players progress by eliminating their opponents, they will increase in size by collecting the cubes left behind. Collecting these cubes will change the player’s form into shapes such as two-legged dinosaurs and a gorilla. Eventually, after obtaining enough cubes, players will have grown to epic proportions into a gigantic robotic cyclops. Keeping this form for as long as possible is key to winning each match. The official synopsis reads:
ATOMEGA: A supersized fight for fun and dominance at the end of the universe.
An online, multiplayer FPS devised in the same gameplay lab as Grow Home and Grow Up. Collect mass to evolve into increasingly powerful Exoforms, from nimble ATOM to godlike OMEGA, and battle for supremacy through intense 10 minute rounds.
It is the end of time. As the laws of physics slowly repeal, the EXOFORMS fight for fun and dominance, replaying the final moments of the universe over and over in the last arena that will ever exist.”
Atomega, though just announced, hits PC on September 19th with no price listed as of yet. What do you think of the unique FPS? Are you a fan of Ubisoft Reflections’ Grow Home and Grow Up? Let us know in the comments section below. Be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to stay up to date on the hottest news in gaming and entertainment via our 24/7 live news feed.
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