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Post by Eorl @ 02:54pm 06/06/14 | 1 Comments
Edge of Reality has today announced that Loadout, their fast-paced free-to-play shooter that hosts a wide range of weapon combinations, will be arriving exclusively to PlayStation 4 in a "forthcoming release on the PlayStation Store."

“There are roughly 10 pints of blood in the human body, meaning that with 3 million players, our game is splattered with over 16 million liters of sanguine goodness,” said Rob Cohen, CEO of Edge of Reality. “We’re assuming, of course, that PS4 players have plenty more to offer when they join the fun – both in terms of the camaraderie they’ll bring to our community, and the shiny, slippery organs they’ll litter across our battlefields. We can’t tell you how delighted we are to jump into PlayStation’s free-to-play arena – I mean, boy, are our faces red. With bashful pride, that is, not just blood.”

Loadout is the first original IP from Edge of Reality, an Austin-based independent studio with broad experience in world-class franchises, including Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, and The Sims. Check out the announcement trailer below.




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glynd
Posted 03:14pm 06/6/14
it's a third person shooter :P

and good stuff. I didn't mind the game but never really gave it a go. I'm sure it'll get some good play on PS4.
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