New details and E3 2018 trailer for CRYENGINE-powered battle-royale game, Mavericks Proving Grounds

Automaton Games has released the E3 2018 trailer for Mavericks Proving Grounds. Mavericks: Proving Grounds is a next-generation multiplayer shooter which will feature a massive, tactical, and dynamic world. Automaton aims to release a battle-royale version of it in 2018 that will support up to 400 players.

In the battle royale mode, players will duke it out in a 12 km squared world. This map will be filled with reactive wildlife and there will be dynamic water

In 2019, the team will transition into a massive 1000-player online game. As such, the final version of Mavericks: Proving Grounds will feature both the battle-royale and the online MMO modes.

Mavericks: Proving Grounds is powered by CRYENGINE and here are its key features:

  • Comprehensive destruction throughout, from fragmented trees to fragile plaster stud walls, this truely interactive world will challenge and reward you like never before.
  • Dynamic Fire Propagation – Decimate grassy meadows, spread chaos through woodland and create devastating chain reactions like never before using our dynamic fire propagation system, leaving nowhere for your enemies to hide.
  • Firearms – Armed to the hilt with a heavy sniper, or left out to dry with a 9mm handgun, you’ll find an armoury of firearms and hardware to suit and influence your play style.
  • Specialist Hardware – Secure your location with claymores, or bobbytrap an objective with C4 and patiently await incoming competition. Find our specialist hardware and it’s sure to change up your gameplay to empower new strategies and opportunities, but they’re scarce so use them wisely!


Mavericks Proving Grounds - Teaser Trailer | E3 2018

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