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Quantum League Early Access Next Year

Publisher/developer Nimble Giant Entertainment announces Quantum League, an upcoming arena shooter that will make a quantum leap onto Early Access on Steam next year. They offer a Recruitment Trailer to show the time loop feature they say makes the game unique. Here's word on this Scott Bakula-free project:
A new kind of First Person Shooter? Paradoxical Tactics? Time Travel with meaningful consequences - in a mullti-player game? No need to brush up on your Quantum Mechanics degree yet.

To train aspiring Quantum Athletes looking to master Space and Time in a revolutionary first person shooter, developer and publisher Nimble Giant Entertainment has put together a recruitment trailer for their upcoming Quantum League. Check it out!

Quantum League is an innovative arena shooter where players compete in 1v1 and 2v2 matches with a ‘time loop’ feature that allows the Quantum Athletes to tactically team up with their own past selves to win.

The objective is simple - score a goal by dominating the Goal Zone at the end of the loop. But Quantum League’s time loop fundamentally changes the way you move, shoot, die and score creating a unique and fun fast-paced arena shooter with endless tactical depth.

The recruitment trailer focuses on the most distinctive and unique aspects that sets Quantum League apart from other competitive shooters, aiming to help viewers start understanding the game mechanics and time loop effects, in order to better appreciate the advanced strategies that can be deployed to succeed in each play session.

This primer will have you climbing the leaderboards in no time, as you team up with your own clones to take on your opponents in 1v1 and 2v2 matches.
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1. No subject Dec 15, 2019, 11:54 007Bistromath
 
Not actually a new kind of shooter: Time Rifters did the self-coop idea first. This is still the first time it's been used in a competitive context, though.  
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