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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 800d ago | preview

Loadout preview: A million possibilities | Shack News

Loadout is about weaponry, but it isn't aiming for verisimilitude or wacky cartoon-inspired guns. Edge of Reality's free-to-play shooter instead carries a unique hook in its modular weaponry, resulting in roughly two million possible combinations so far. The craft is just as important as the battlefield, making for a shooter that captures that elusive tinkering quality.

Visually, the game shares some traits with shooters like Team Fortress 2 or Super Monday Night Combat, but the game isn't class-based. The characters all have the same bulk, the same movement attributes, and so on. The difference is in the weapons, and it all starts with the workbench. (Loadout, PC)

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