Kickstarter Launched For MotorGun – Return of the Auto Duel; A Mashup Of Interstate 76 & World of Tanks

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Our reader ‘Gianluca Manocchio’ has informed us about a new Kickstarter campaign for MotorGun – Return of the Auto Duel; a new vehicular combat game with RPG elements that aims to be the perfect mashup of World of Tanks and Interstate 76. MotorGun – Return of the Auto Duel is being created by David Jaffe and Zack Norman and promises to feature real world car physics and a diverse set of realistic cars to a set of amazing weapons systems of all kinds.
According to its description, MotorGun promises to put you in control of a deep set of customization elements – from paint to payload, it’s all up to you. As you play you’ll advance and be exposed to an ever-deepening set of vehicle tech-trees, blowers, turbos and sway bars – heat seekers, miniguns and rocket pods.
MotorGun features team-based goal-oriented combat in a variety of open battlegrounds from abandoned cities to dried-up riverbeds. Assemble your team, choose your tactics, select a vehicle from your roster and dive into battle in adrenaline-pumping game play modes including Convoy, Capture the Flag and Salvage.
Although MotorGun started as a MP focused title, Pixelbionic will be adding a Single-Player campaign as a stretch goal.
The team aims to raise $650K in the next 26 days, and has released an early gameplay footage that can be viewed below.
Enjoy!

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