Protocore - A fast-paced Arena FPS

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  1. Vylia_IumTec

    Vylia_IumTec New Member

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    Howdy everyone !

    Name's Vylia ! (Not really my actual name, but close enough !) I'm the Community Manager for IumTec, an Indie game studio from Strasbourg, France.

    I'm here today to present to you Protocore, a fast-paced arena FPS ! The game is still being developped at the moment and might feel a bit lackluster, which is why I'm here, looking for feedback !


    The pitch

    You’re in a gigantic spaceship with no recollection whatsoever, surrounded by hundreds upon thousands of robots actually wanting you dead. Pick up a gun, survive the relentless robotic assaults, and get back your memories, one bullet at a time...

    Platforms and requirements

    These are minimum requirements. Lower end might not run the game smoothly, sadly.

    OS : Windows 7 64-bit
    CPU : Core i3-6100 3.70 GHz
    RAM : 8GB
    GPU : GeForce GTX 960
    Disk Space : About 10 GB



    There's still tons of content to come, but the game is currently in a playable state, with basic mechanics like mob IA, Weapon behavior and movement for example supposedly finished. Of course, many things are subject to change based on the feedback we'll receive !
    And to get that feedback, we're holding test sessions from time to time ! Just enter the program, play a bit during sessions (or tons !) and either give feedback here, or on our discord (link's below ;) )


    Follow us !

    If you want to check us out, here are some way you can follow the progress of the game !

    Thanks for reading through this !​

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