Combined-Arms, Sci-Fi, FPS Angels Fall First Gets a New Trailer for 2018

Battlefield 2142? '05 Battlefront 2 space battles? If you enjoyed those, you might want to keep an eye on this game. Here's a trailer to start with.

The pace might not be what most expect or hope for, but at least it’s confirmed that Angels Fall First is not just alive but pushing on with its progression by releasing a brand-new trailer for 2018.

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The nearly two-minute-long trailer released on Friday is a simple promotional video compiling in-game gameplay that unfortunately doesn’t reveal any new information about the game or the release date.

In Early Access since October 2015, AFF‘s slow pace of development is not even a surprise when taking into account that development studio Strangely Interactive is a small, independent team that works on the project during the evenings and weekends. TL;DR, it’s a part-time project.

The game should be especially interesting to fans familiar with the Battlefield and Battlefront style of gameplay. Self-described as a first-person, combined-arms, sci-fi wargame, AFF focuses on large battles with specific team-based objectives that go beyond mere point-capturing. Instead of what seems like a blend between (the original) Battlefront 2‘s space battles and the particularly characteristic Titan mode of Battlefield 2142AFF‘s stage-progression objectives are to be completed with specialized vehicles and infantry roles. The latter type of gameplay will also include a squad and commander system to create greater team cohesion in the pursuit of objectives.

You can go to the Steam page and official website for a full list of details on the game. Stick with GameSkinny for more information on Angels Fall First as it develops.

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