One of the biggest surprises of the PlayStation Showcase, along with Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater And spiderman 2was undoubtedly a new Bungie game. marathonwhich is called saves the brand of the original title that the company released for the Mac in the 80s.But that’s irrelevant. And while Bungie is now owned by Sony, the game will release on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC and will offer cross-play and cross-save features. But what is the marathon about?
Like fateBungie offer with marathon to get into the new trend of multiplayer games and services, but with a different approach looter shooter PvE what does fate (which also offers its classic PvP side).
marathon is, first of all, extraction shooter, the type of game that has become fashionable Escape from Tarkov and it also offers call of Duty via DMZ mode. marathon has nothing to do with the original Macintosh offeringand the only thing Bungie has kept is the title and its touches. Science fiction.
marathon is mining shooter pvp science fiction
However, unlike Tarkov and the DMZ, Bungie’s proposal is to stay in a Destiny-like space sci-fi universe:
A huge ghost ship hangs in low orbit above the lost colony on Tau Ceti IV. The 30,000 souls who call this place their home have disappeared without a trace. Strange signs hint at mysterious artifacts, long-dormant AI, and untold riches. You are a runner, heading into the unknown in a fight for glory… and infamy. Which one of you will write your name on the stars?
The game will put the player at the feet runner (runners in its original version) to offer you an experience mining-shooter-pvp. And it will include a fundamental characteristic: your map and different zones will be permanent and will evolve (hence the game-as-a-service offer).
Details are still scarce, but both the aesthetic and the proposal on paper, knowing Bungie’s good work, make it marathon or one of the most anticipated titles, even if it has just been presented. As we said, it is currently in development for Playstation 5, Xbox Series X | S and PC with full cross-play and cross-save. No release date yes.
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