Blowfish Studios invites gamers to create, share and play their very own first person shooter levels when they release Gunscape simultaneously for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows, Mac and Linux on March 2, 2016. Wii U owners can join the first-person shooter and world-building fun in Q2 2016.
Gunscape offers intense run and gun first-person shooter action and an intuitive suite of tools to design levels, allowing players to create their own in-depth campaigns and competitive multiplayer maps.
Players can populate their worlds with a wide assortment of environments, weapons, enemies and props inspired by the most popular shooters of all time. Levels will be shareable across all supported platforms, making Gunscape the world’s first game to share user-created content across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U, Windows, Mac and Linux.
“Our goal is to develop a first-person shooter that’s fun to play and empowers players to create their own levels, which can be shared and enjoyed by as many people as possible,” said Benjamin Lee, CEO of Blowfish Studios. “By delivering the world’s first user-created content sharing system that ubiquitously works with all the major consoles and PC, we will achieve just that.”
Multiplayer maps support up to 20 players in online play. In split-screen multiplayerGunscape allows up to 8 players on Xbox One and PC, five on Wii U and four on PlayStation 4.
Gamers also have the option of creating their own campaigns or can blast their way through Blowfish Studios’ which features eight levels, three bosses and can be enjoyed by one or more players.
“Thanks to the cross platform sharing no matter what you’re playing on, you’ll be able to access the very best content the Gunscape community has to offer,” said Benjamin Lee, CEO, Blowfish Studios. “With the combined imaginations of gamers on six platforms as the only limit, Gunscape will always offer fresh content.”
If you’re as excited about the release of Gunscape as I am, then you’ll want to know that they’ve already announced the Seismic DLC which will introduce sci-fi horror themed building materials, props, and enemy A.I. into the world’s you create. This first round of DLC will release three months after Gunscape and cost $3.99 for the whole pack, with each individual piece in the set costing between 15 and 70 cents.
Developed by Blowfish Studios, they’re a Sydney-based Australian indie developer. The team strives to develop original multiplatform games with diverse feature sets that appeal to a broad audience, and to have fun in the process!