New Details Emerge on Aliens: Colonial Marines Along with New Gameplay Footage
Up until now, game developer Gearbox hasn't had much to say about the multi-player aspect of its highly anticipated title Aliens: Colonial Marines, except that there would be multi-player in the game.
However, in a recent interview with IGN, Gearbox President Randy Pitchford revealed a few new details on the upcoming game's multi-player and gave us some insight on the rumored cancellation of Aliens: Colonial Marines.
"Colonial Marines was always fine. There was an RPG that was canceled. I think that's what confused people." Pitchford went on to say, "Everyone was so excited about it that they sent out a press release before the ink was even on the deal."
Pitchford also mentioned the development time for Aliens: Colonial Marines stating that, "In fact when all is said and done, the total development length on this game will be about the same length as Borderlands 1, a little bit less actually."
When speaking about the multi-player maps, Pitchford talked about one multi-player map in particular that is inspired by the film, saying, "So, the Derelict, that's a cool environment. No one's really been inside there, but we know what it looks like."
Gearbox has also gone on the record and confirmed that Aliens: Colonial Marines will feature the classic game multi-player mode Team Deathmatch. In addition to Team Deathmatch, the game will feature other modes that require teams to think more tactically to complete key objectives.
Of course, Aliens: Colonial Marines will feature a kick-ass campaign for you to enjoy as well. A new gameplay video has made its way across the Internet that shows off a ton of unseen footage from the game. You can check it out below.
About Aliens: Colonial Marines
Aliens: Colonial Marines is the highly anticipated first person shooter set after the events of ALIENS and is designed to provide an exhilarating and engaging new chapter in the Aliens universe. Players will blast their way through hordes of Xenomorphs on the USS Sulaco, the surface of LV-426 and Hadley’s Hope, using weapons inspired by the film series.
For more information on the game, check out the official Aliens: Colonial Marines website.
Check out some new gameplay footage below courtesy of Jeux Video!
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