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Post by Eorl @ 03:43pm 24/06/14 | 4 Comments
The newest trailer for Faultline Games' Natural Selection 2: Combat, an upcoming standalone game born directly from a mod seen in Natural Selection 2, offers a look at the game's graphic Devour ability.

In past Natural Selection games, players could devour another player causing them to sit out of the game for up to 20 seconds while they were being digested or rescued by a teammate. As demonstrated in the gruesome trailer below, devoured players will be able to fight their way out of another player's digestion system.

Announced in April as an upcoming standalone release, Combat pits aliens against marines in first-person combat and removes the real-time strategy elements featured in Natural Selection games, essentially putting it more in the direct path of a typical FPS title. Players can level up their characters and unlock weapons, aliens, technology with skill points.






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qmass
Posted 03:45pm 24/6/14
rofl that looks so s***
Dan
Posted 03:49pm 24/6/14
The way this is named it makes it sound like an official expansion for NS2, when it's really just a mod like any other. Bit dirty imo.
Meddek
Posted 04:37pm 24/6/14
Is this a result of them letting their community "develop" their game?
WirlWind
Posted 08:35am 25/6/14
No, I think this is a result of them leaving development on their good game to do something they discussed once during a dope sesh.
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