Insurgency Beta Now Available On Steam [TRAILER]

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Community-driven indie developer New World Interactive has announced it has reached a new milestone in development, revealing a live Beta for its upcoming, competitive first-person shooter Insurgency, which is now available for sale on Steam. This developmental update brings a newly refined level of detail in all aspects and a massive amount of new content including five new weapons, eight updated maps, a new customizable player class, a new weight system, a new squad-based system, and more. In celebration of the Beta release, Insurgency is on sale right now for 50% off the single unit copy at $9.99, with the four-game Squad Pack at $29.99 (50% off), only on Steam.

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In the newly launched Beta, players take to the streets for intense close-quarters combat, where a team’s survival depends upon securing crucial strongholds in 32-player adversarial combat or in six-player cooperative play.
The new Beta showcases a robust feature set packed with hours of intense tactical shooter goodness. Features include:

  • 4 multiplayer game modes for up to 32 players.
  • 2 co-op game modes with bot support for up to 6 players.
  • 20 Weapons – five of which are new: the M249, RPK, UMP45, M1A1 carbine, and the M4A1
  • 8 Fully Updated Maps – including Siege, Uprising, Market, District, Heights, Ministry, Contact and Buhriz.
  • Customizable player classes
  • Weight-based equipment and gear system
  • Team-reinforcing objectives
  • Simplified HUD and UI
  • Scripting system and SDK to support mods

Insurgency’s game modes create a distinctive experience from other first-person-shooters. Capturing objectives prolongs the entire team’s opportunity to achieve victory, while matches often become an epic tug of war as both teams struggle to gain control of all objectives.

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Jeremy Reich

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