Insomniac's new multiplatform shooter Fuse has failed to ignite the charts during its opening week - it arrived in a disappointing 37th place.
Insomniac is already planning new "experiences" in the world of its sci-fi shooter Fuse, despite the game's somewhat bumpy ride to launch this week.
Ratchet & Clank and Resistance developer Insomniac will be releasing a demo of its upcoming third-person co-op shooter Fuse next week on PSN and Xbox Live.
The demo is set to premiere on 7th May, according to publisher EA. Since that's a Tuesday, it's likely referring to the North American PSN release, and will come to EU the following day on both PSN and Xbox Live.
The Fuse demo will support up to four-player online co-op or two-player splits-screen.
Respawn Entertainment, the studio founded by the creators of the Call of Duty franchise, has insisted it is business as usual amid widespread layoffs at publisher EA.
EA Partners, the part of EA that publishes games made by external developers, is shutting down.
Fuse doesn't have micro-transactions or an online pass, developer Insomniac Games has confirmed.
Resistance developer Insomniac Games has released an extended look at Fuse, the studio's first multi-platform project.
Update:The debut Fuse trailer is finally out. It reveals a visually clean but unspectacular shooter, but one with great guns and abilities.
A Magshield ability produced a bubbly wall for protection. Shattergun shot tendrils spikes up from the floor and froze/restrained an enemy who then shattered under fire. It looked like you can perform this on groups of enemies.
One application of Arcshot appeared to melt a group of enemies. The other application skewered them on flaming crossbow bolts. Warp Rifle produced mini gravitational warp fields/balls and then exploded.
Insomniac – for 15 years a PlayStation-exclusive developer - has reassured PlayStation 3 owners that it hasn't left them behind despite entering multi-platform development with Overstrike.