Atomic’s Breach – first shots and impressions from PAX East

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 26 March 2010 07:59 GMT

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Atomic, the studio what did the ill-fated Six Days in Fallujah, has shown its next game, Breach, for the first time at PAX East.

The shots are on IGN. You’ll find four videos here.

It’s an XBLA, multiplayer-only soldier shooter for up to 16 people, based around the concept of destructibility and cover. Costing $15, the game will come with three maps, with Atomic considering a fourth if things go according to plan.

Four game modes will be included. Infiltration requires your team to claim certain areas of the map; Operations has you searching for randomly placed bioweapons canisters; Convoy finds one team escorting a truck to an exit point while the other team tries to stop them; and Team Deathmatch.

There’s more on IGN and Kotaku. No date.

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