http://videogamecentral.com/gamersvo...playstation-3/BlackFoot Studios has announced the development of Sky Gods for the PC and coming to the PlayStation Network on the PlayStation 3.
Sky Gods will use the Unreal Engine 3, and will focus on a complete Co-op gaming experience. Players and their teams will engage various targets and be presented with missions of ever expanding scope and complexity. A full training system will be included to familiarize the players with both the parachuting and ground movement firing mechanics.
Sky Gods Scheduled Features Will Include:
* 8 Co-op missions playable with 1-8 people
* 4 Multiplayer Player specific maps
* Terrorist Hunt style game mode
* Ability to customize characters
* Full and large training scenarios
No release date has been set, but more details and information as they become available.
Official site with screenshots
EDIT: You have to log in there so heres a German link with the screens:
Awww I was hoping a game with a sweet title like 'Sky Gods' would be some kind of not-shooter.
Which is like 20 other genres to choose from.
Oh well, could be sweet.
Lol yeah, thought the same thing but i have to say it looks pretty cool.
And its a PC game coming to PSN, i found that interesting.
interesting; a game with a focus on skydiving- if i'm not mistaken. that's new. sole diving games are more boring than watching a snail staring contest, but putting it in a much better context makes it appealing.
is this the same HALO parachuting game?
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looks pretty good graphically for a PSN game, and co-op is more than welcome. That's all I can really say about it at this point.
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