Neon Prime is reportedly going to be the subsequent third-person shooter title from Valve, and “alleged” particulars surrounding the title have surfaced, revealing what the developer has in retailer for lovers.
The primary time we noticed the title was virtually a 12 months in the past when Valve registered the trademark for the sport, however that was the one data we knew. Quick forwarding now, the well-known Valve leaker Tyler McVicker has reportedly spoken to folks concerned within the undertaking and has managed to acquire essential data surrounding Valve’s subsequent shooter title, Neon Prime. The anticipated options had been summed up by Okami Games, which you’ll be able to have a look at under:
- Third-person ‘MOBA-Lite’ aggressive shooter, with class-based and team-based options and “enormous” totally destructible maps
- Two groups on a really giant taking part in area with the top aim being to defeat a giant enemy behind the opposite group’s base
- Every class will characteristic distinctive skills and personalities (similar to TF2) • Sci-fi setting with ‘DOTA-adjacent’ lore
- The map is “enormous” – there can be trains on the map to take you round
- Voxel-based destruction permits for close to totally destructible maps (assume Teardown) • Totally different lessons can subject “instructions” to their group
Neon Prime holds nice curiosity amongst the Valve group primarily because of the truth that many name it “Half-Life impressed”, and the options talked about above do resemble Valve’s well-known franchise. At the moment, we aren’t conscious of a launch date, nevertheless, Tyler has talked about that we’re “near the announcement”, with the unique trademark getting renewed and near approval.
It is attainable that the discharge of Neon Prime will not be far behind the announcement. In spite of everything, Valve introduced Counter-Strike 2 on March 22; the sport was subsequently launched on September 27, roughly six months later. After all, a brand new IP might require extra lead time to tell customers.