Nex Machina's leaderboards will include video replays

Here's how challenge modes will switch up game rules.

Resogun and Super Stardust developer Housemarque has revealed a few of the key features from its upcoming twin-stick shooter Nex Machina.

This collaboration with Smash TV and Robotron 2084 creator Eugene Jarvis will contain a video replay feature embedded within its online leaderboards. So if you see the person with the top score and think, "how in god's name could anyone achieve such a thing?" you can simply click on it and watch their mesmerising performance.

Beyond that, there will be a Season structure in which players compete over set periods of time and gain ranks as they go. Along the way they'll earn experience points and season coins as they undergo specific seasonal challenges.

These challenges will mix and match various "game rules". These can influence the speed at which the game is played, whether enemies retaliate damage with "revenge bullets", or you can adjust it so the game offers only one life with no opportunities to gain continues.

Nex Machina is due this summer on PS4 and Steam with a PC closed beta available closer to launch.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. For more information, go here.

Jump to comments (4)

About the author

Jeffrey Matulef

Jeffrey Matulef

Contributor

Jeffrey Matulef is the best-dressed man in 1984.

Related

You may also enjoy...

Fortnite Utopia secret Battle Star locations from each loading screen

How to find Utopia locations and their secret Battle Stars in Fortnite.

Devil May Cry 5 Secret Mission locations explained

Where to find all 12 Secret Missions locations in Devil May Cry 5.

Fortnite Challenges for Overtime, Birthday and Week 10, plus Challenge reset times explained

Everything you need to know about Weekly Challenges in Fortnite.

Comments (4)

Comments for this article are now closed. Thanks for taking part!

Hide low-scoring comments
Order
Threading