Over the past year, developer studio Offworld Industries, in collaboration with Sony Pictures Consumer Products, announced Starship Troopers: Extermination, a new cooperative FPS game based on the popular Starship Troopers saga, coming to Steam later this year. And now, it has been reported that the title will begin its Early Access on the Valve platform on May 17, allowing battles of up to 16 players and not 12 as initially announced.
Game that from this Early Access mode will feature gameplay oriented towards strategy and combat, where fans will be able to build and reinforce bases of operations during times when they are not fighting. Something that will serve to be able to return to these battles, regroup and rearm in preparation for the cooperative game of extermination of insects. Bases protected from enemy spawns along with their construction, which are not tied to a specific class or rank, so all players of any type can use them.
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In Starship Troopers: Extermination, you must join the far front as a soldier in the Deep Space Vanguard, an elite group of Special Forces within the Mobile Infantry. This is how the title will lead us to fight hundreds of alien “bloodthirsty insectoids” to recover the fallen colonies for the Federation, also reminding us that: “The only good insect is a dead insect!”.
So now you know, if you are a fan of this saga and this type of video game, you can find it on Steam from next May 17 at a value of $25 dollars and among its recommended requirements it asks for 20 GB of available space, a processor Intel Core i7-4770 or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X, 16 GB RAM and an 8 GB Nvidia GTX 1070 graphics card or AMD equivalent.
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