Downloadable shooter Breach gets its first update this week, with PC lag issues firmly in the crosshairs.
Reduced online lag is the headline tweak, but the update fixes a number of bugs and adds in new features to the Breach Dedicated Server application too. Check out the full list below for more details.
Developed by ex-Bungie types Atomic Games, Breach launched on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 last month. Eurogamer's Quintin Smith came away unimpressed, awarding it a modest 5/10.
The English language has one four letter word which is more beautiful, more important and more heartening than any other. You know which word I'm talking about. It's a word that can bring weightlessness to a lonely spirit, that can chase away the dark, that can come to define you existence. I bet you want to hear it right now. There's no shame in that.
The word is BANG.
Atomic Studios, developers of download-only multiplayer FPS Breach, understand that BANG hasn't been living up to its full potential in recent games. As such, Breach is a game with the unique selling point of some quite nifty destructible environments.
In space no-one can hear you scream. That is, of course, unless you're wearing a headset and are playing online in gory multiplayer battles to the death. This week sees the release of Visceral's science fiction horror game Dead Space 2. We're promised scares the likes of which gaming has never seen. Oh, and with multiplayer, fast-paced online action.
Breach, the downloadable multiplayer shooter by Six Days in Fallujah dev Atomic Games, will release on 26th January on PC and Xbox Live Arcade.
It'll cost 1200 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360 or £15 on PC.
Beach is "the first military shooter to use precise and massive destruction to change the very nature of multiplayer combat", apparently.
The studio behind controversial FPS Six Days in Fallujah still holds out hope that a finished version of the game will eventually see the light of day.
Six Days in Fallujah developer Atomic has a new multiplayer game called Breach that you can play months ahead of release.
Ex-Bungie executive vice president Peter Tamte has attacked Activision CEO Bobby Kotick for his recent claim that Bungie was, "probably the last remaining high-quality independent developer."
Atomic Games, creator of Six Days in Fallujah, has announced a new multiplayer shooter called Breach.
The game's in development for PC and consoles, and appears to revolve around CIA special operatives. So far that's all we know. No publisher has been linked to the game.
"So you've managed to decode this section to reveal the classified information. Come on! Did you really think it was going to be that easy? Yes, we do work for military and intelligence organisations. Yes, we are creating a game that will blow your mind. Yes, some of it was actually redacted. Yes, many of us have security clearances. So what that all means is I can't tell you anything more than is in this release until it's okay. Until then, we are high-speed, low-drag and ready to work. Molon Labe," waffled the press release.