Rogue Company Shows Off Cross Platform Tactical Shooter Gameplay

Rogue Company is the latest shooter from Hi-Rez studios that doesn't take itself too seriously.

Hi-Rez Studios and First Watch Games have a new shooter on the horizon, and it’s called Rogue Company. If you missed the initial reveal back in 2019, that’s OK. The new action-packed gameplay trailer above is the perfect way to catch up. 

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The third-person shooter pits up to eight players against each other in two game modes: the 4v4 extraction and the 2v2 wingman. It’s not clear what objectives you’ll have (besides killing other players), but hacking and defusing bombs looks to be a major element. 

Coming to PC via the Epic Games Store, as well as the PS4, Xbox One, and Switch later this summer, Rogue Company will release in all regions on the same day, though an exact release date was not provided. 

Rogue Company will notably include cross-play for all of those platforms as well. Scott Lussier, Lead Game Designer for Rogue Company, said: 

Gamers should be able to play with their friends, regardless of platform. Rogue Company is all about bringing together a huge community of gunslingers and giving them a depth of gameplay to show off their individual style.

Coming from a studio full of veteran genre developers and a publisher known for its multiplayer-focused offerings, Rogue Company aims to add some serious style to the multiplayer shooter genre with a dose of tactical action and plenty of humor.

You can currently sign up for the game’s alpha here. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Rogue Company news as it breaks. 

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