Tom Clancy’s XDefiant is a free, team-based FPS

Ubisoft is delving into Clancyverse Tom Clancy’s XDefiant, A free game It was revealed on Monday. The first-person multiplayer shooter game will pit teams of six characters (or Defiants) against each other in multiple game modes. The focus is on gunfights, but you can also use traits, abilities and “super” depending on the faction you use-this seems to be similar to the ultimate skills in other games.

XDefiant It’s a bit like a cross between Ubisoft’s various Clancy franchises. The original factions include Wolves (inspired by Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon), Echelon (Split Cell) and Rangers and Cleaners (Blockade). Ubisoft said that it will add more Defiants to the game later, and will draw inspiration from various characters and abilities “from the Tom Clancy universe…and other places”.

Ubisoft San Francisco is developing XDefant, The creative director said that its characteristic is “fast-paced firefight meets punk rock music.” You can customize the Defiant’s loading (including primary and secondary weapons, accessories and equipment). You will be able to modify your settings during rebirth to help you adapt to what happens during the game. It sounds like both casual players and competitive players can make the most of the game in many ways.

There is a clear echo Overwatch with Appraisal Here, there is a lot of Clancyverse flavor.Executive producer Mark Rubin has previously participated in Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty game, and has some obvious DNA from the franchise XDefiant as well as.

XDefiant It is about to land on Xbox One, PlayStation, Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PC, Google Stadia, Amazon Luna and Ubisoft Connect. It is expected that a comprehensive cross-play will be available from the beginning. The game is still in the early stages of development, but Ubisoft has invited the public to try it out.The first public PC test started on August 5th and you can pass XDefiant website Have the opportunity to participate.

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