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Multiplayer tactical space-based shooter, Boundary, will get a demo on February 21st

Surgical Scalpels has announced that a limited-time demo for its multiplayer tactical space-based shooter, Boundary, will come out on February 21st. From February 21st and until February 28th, PC gamers will be able to download and play this demo.

Boundary will put players in the role of a heavily armed astronauts in space engaging in fierce zero gravity firefights. The game will feature fully customizable loadouts, weapons and ammo types. Furthermore, there will be 6 classes of Astronaut for players to choose from in multiple game modes.

The modes that will be available at launch are: Free For All, Team Deathmatch, Facility Capture, and Orbital Purge modes. In case you’re wondering, Facility Capture and Orbital Purge will be based around Domination and Elimination gameplay.

Boundary was originally meant to come out in Summer 2021. However, the dev team has decided to delay it in order to further polish it.

The game will feature real-time Ray Tracing effects on the PC. However, it appears that those effects may be too expensive if the game’s official benchmark tool is anything to go by.

Lastly, and in order to celebrate this announcement, Surgical Scalpels released a new trailer that you can find below.


Boundary - Official Steam Next Fest Trailer

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