Another PC to next-gen console port is making its way to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 later this year. First released over a year ago on Steam, Strike Vector is finding its way to consoles as Strike Vector EX.
Strike Vector EX allows players to customize mech-inspired ships in competitive first-person aerial combat and was inspired by games like Quake 3, Unreal Tournament, and Crimson Skies. The revamped console version of Strike Vector EX from RageQuit Corporation features refined controls which will allow players to maneuver their mech-craft like pros and complements the quick multiplayer dogfights which are central to the game.
RageQuit Corporation’s debut Xbox One and PS4™ game has been fine tuned to provide instant feedback and tight console controls for players to light each other up amidst futuristic, industrial structures. Players gear up their ships to deploy specific strategies for each mission (paired with personal, bada$$ styles) to engage in frenetic multiplayer skirmishes.
While the teaser clip doesn’t show much, if the full game is anything like Quake 3 meets Crimson Skies, you can definitely count me in!
Strike Vector EX uses the Unreal 4 Engine and is slated for a summer release on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program.
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Last Updated on November 27, 2018.