SOE’s Bullet Run takes reality TV to a whole new level

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 15 August 2012 23:18 GMT

Bullet Run, the free-to-play online shooter from SOE, has been handed some assets, which the game has then put out onto the interwebs for the masses to have a look at. In Bullet Run, players are pit against each other in a reality TV show setting where performance is everything – simply gaining the kill does not win your character fame. Featuring six Synth Arenas – from oilrigs to abandoned shanty towns – the game focuses on individual character and weapon advancement and progression. Through showmanship, players can unlock or purchase new weapons, weapon modifications and attachments, wardrobe items, accessories, and custom weapon decals. Download the game here.

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