San Francisco bites the dust in the newly-entered-beta arena combat game, Ruined, which is available from the browser-based publisher, Bigpoint Software. The game sees players battling it out in ruined, post-apocalyptic landmarks of San Francisco using exotic weapons and playing as freaky characters.
Heiko Hubertz, CEO and founder of Bigpoint commented in the press release, saying …
"In under a year, our SF-based team has created an extraordinary browser game that nothing else in our segment can match," …. "We are excited to release this game and are confident that it will appeal strongly to American gamers who enjoy exotic weapons, rich graphics, and carnage. We are also looking forward to inviting gamers from all over the world into Ruined later this year."
The game is still in beta but can be played for free in North America. A European release is scheduled for later this year during the summer and a global release in over 180 countries by the end of the year. The game is a 3D arena-style combat game that pits multiple players against each other using vile and satisfyingly violent tactics.
Ruined is currently running on the Unity Engine, the same tech that's now powering the upcoming sci-fi first-person shooter, Interstellar Marines. You can learn more about Ruined or jump in on the action by visiting the Official Website.
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