Geneshift, top-down shooter with GTA2 style vehicles and MOBA style skills, releases on May 23rd

Nik Nak Studios has announced that its top-down shooter, Geneshift, will be released on May 23rd in Steam Early Access. Geneshift is described as a top-down shooter with GTA2 style vehicles and MOBA style skills in which players can detonate car bombs, perform drive-by shootings, teleport, go invisible and… launch fireballs.

It’s worth noting that this game is being developed by a single person, and that there is already a multiplayer demo that you can download.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • 5v5 Multiplayer Combat
    Battle in game modes such as Capture the Flag, Checkpoint Racing and Zombie Survival.
  • 4 Player Co-op Campaign
    Play the story solo or with friends online, and save the world from a mysterious outbreak.
  • Insane Vehicle Action
    Ride with allies to do drive-by shootings, detonate car bombs and capture key objectives.
  • Over 30 Tactical Skills
    Create complex skill builds as you gain experience and permanently level up your mutant.
  • Secret Base Building
    Place hidden chemicals to gain secret benefits, like spying on enemies and teleportation.
  • Competitive Servers
    Earn ranks in competitive servers that balance teams with a unique ELO rating system.
  • Leaderboards & Difficulties
    Replay the campaign in 4 difficulty levels and set high scores on various leaderboards.
  • User Generated Maps
    Create maps in the editor and unlock sexy cosmetics whenever your maps are played.

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