Deep Black Online, third-person shooter MMO, releasing on console this summer

By Andrew Groen, Tuesday, 28 June 2011 21:27 GMT

Russian developer, Biart Studio has announced that its free-to-play third-person shooter MMO, Deep Black Online will be heading to Xbox Live, PC, and the PlayStation Network this Summer.

According to the website, Deep Black Online, takes place in a futuristic science fiction world where terrorism is rampant and governments fight over control of sophistocated biological weapons.

The game will release with three separate game modes, but the specific modes have not been detailed. Multiplayer matches will hold between 8 and 24 players.

“We are using our own multiplatform technology biEngine while developing the Deep Black Online title. A player will have the same graphics quality as in the upcoming single-player game Deep Black.” said Konstantin Popov, Biart Studio´s CEO. “Our company focuses on underwater themes in games and we are planning to demonstrate the full potential of Deep Black franchise in our MMOTPS project.”

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