KARLSRUHE, GERMANY, JUNE 5 2018 | Gameforge — leading western publisher of popular free-to-play multiplayer online games such as SoulWorker, TERA and Metin2 — is excited to announce that Japanese game developer Soleil’s rowdy third-person shooter RockShot is now available on Steam Early Access in North America and Europe.
Anarchy reigns supreme in this strategic shooter where players rock and roll their way to victory in high-adrenaline competitive multiplayer firefights. Players must prepare to squad up, defend their home turf and commit acts of stylish violence. The world of RockShot has been shattered by an orbital collision, and the only ones left alive are ruffians, rockers and degenerates. Supremacy is the number one goal in RockShot, so teamwork is essential.
RockShot Key Features:
Raid enemy bases: Forge a team of punks and renegades to attack enemy bases together in RAID-mode, or design your own bases and defend them tooth and nail against assaults. Give your enemies an explosive welcome!
Territory control: Coordinate your attacks to strategically dismantle the opposition and expand your territories.
Deep base-building: Hop into an intuitive base-builder to carefully construct your domain. Add structures, defenses, and more, upgrading it piece by piece as you acquire resources.
Melee-based ultra-violence: Perfect your melee combos using your favorite toys from a wide range of weaponry, including katanas and “Flying Vanguard” electric guitars.
Strong customization: Earned resources can be invested in a powerful arsenal to keep the enemy at bay — from standard issue firearms and machine guns to earth-shattering airstrikes that can quickly turn the tide of battle. Express your wild side with unlockable outfits as well!
In addition to RAID-mode, players can cut their teeth and earn experience in various PvP and PvE game modes — some familiar to old-school shooter fans, others more eccentric — that will be rotated in every few weeks. Launch game modes will also include Team Deathmatch and Free4-All. RockShot’s first timed special event will unite players to survive an invasion of mutant experiments in Chimera-Mode.
Gameforge and Soleil have worked towards the Steam Early Access release of RockShot since mid-2017, aiming to bring a classically-inspired but gung-ho third-person shooter to gamers itching to cause mayhem with their friends. Soleil’s team of talented creators were behind numerous popular action-packed game series such as Ninja Gaiden, Dead or Alive, as well as the upcoming NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER. RockShot will initially be released in English and German, with further languages planned post-launch.
RockShot is available as a free download for Windows PC on Steam at http://playrockshot.com. The first of several introductory onboarding videos for new players is available on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=maUQwU9qR7A.
A full press kit with screenshots, trailers, art and logos is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/shcwhr5athrdmem/AADXIeKFrNO5nobRUO8w_jnZa.
Located in downtown Tokyo, Soleil is a leading independent Japanese game developer established in 2008 focusing on high-end action titles for both PC and home consoles. Featuring a mix of exciting new talent and proven industry experience, Soleil is home to a number of core staff that have worked on successful titles in the Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden series. With several games currently in production, including the highly-anticipated NARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKER, and a diverse team of both Japanese and international staff, Soleil is one of only a handful of Japanese game studios setting its sights on the world market.
RockShot is a highly dynamic free-to-play third-person shooter. Catering to crazy and merciless players alike, almost anything goes in the battle for supremacy in this chaotic world.
In RockShot players form teams, build bases and charge into adrenaline-charged firefights. Victory in battle is the order of the day in a variety of PvP and PvE modes, while in raid mode players must defend their base against enemy assault or infiltrate enemy bases to increase their area of control.
Players can cut their teeth and earn experience in familiar game modes and also some less familiar ones involving chickens, melons and zombies. Meanwhile, combatants can choose from a huge selection of weaponry, ranging from katanas and light machine guns right through to “Flying Vanguard” electric guitars.