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    Level Infinite and Sharkmob Reveal Tactical Shooter Exoborne

    Explore the apocalyptic United States with Exo-rigs.

    At The Game Awards today, players got their first look at the apocalyptic, open-world extraction shooter Exoborne. The game will arrive on both PC and consoles, which include PlayStation and Xbox. However, there is no release date as of writing. 

    Players will explore a part of the southeastern US in an unforgiving, apocalyptic world transformed by the forces of nature. Public events and missions promise to let players experience their own stories in an ever-changing world. 

    This title will be published by Level Infinite and developed by Sharkmob. This studio was founded in 2017 and has previously worked on the battle royale game Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodhunt. Sharkmod will utilize Unreal Engine 5 to develop Exoborne

    Exoborne Reveal Trailer 

    As seen in the trailer, players will utilize Exo-rigs, which give them a fighting chance in this bleak setting. These allow their users to enhance their physical capabilities, making them capable of powerful feats. 

    Additionally, players will be able to craft new items and gear from the remnants of technology that can be found around the game world. With this in mind, the game promises to provide situations with high stakes. Apparently, players will experience the fear of losing everything. 

    Exoborne is one of two major projects currently being developed by Sharkmob. There are currently no details on the other project, so be sure to keep an eye out for more info in the future!

    The Game Awards 2023 is Airing Now

    The Game Awards 2023 marks the 10th annual award showcase held in Los Angeles. Hosted by Geoff Keighley, the TGAs look to provide a celebration of games and the developers behind them. Dozens of awards are up for grabs, from Best Score and Music to the coveted Game of the Year award. 2023 has proven to be one of the most memorable years of games in recent memory. We’ve seen releases like Spider-Man 2The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the KingdomSuper Mario Bros. Wonder, and Final Fantasy XVI. This year’s awards winners will have fought a tough battle.

    The other major draw of The Game Awards is the slew of new announcements and trailers. Each year, dozens of publishers and developers worldwide showcase sneak peeks at their latest titles. Last year, we saw the reveal of Death Stranding 2Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon, and updates on plenty of other titles. You can expect many exciting announcements this year, like the one you’re reading about now!

    The show is airing live now on YouTube and Twitch! If you don’t plan on watching live, be sure to stay tuned for more immediate coverage here at Final Weapon. 

    Itch
    Itch
    Itch has a strong passion for PC gaming and retro consoles (especially the Dreamcast). From Melty Blood: Actress Again to Forza Horizon, he will play just about anything that catches his eye. Ever since playing Need for Speed III: Hot Pursuit as a young child, he has been in love with the medium of video games and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon.

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