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'Breed' Delayed .. Again

by Rainier on Sept. 17, 2003 @ 9:59 a.m. PDT

The large potential of BREED hasn’t been exhausted yet, which is why the developers are still concentrating their efforts on the multiplayer mode.

The multiplayer will contain the following modes:

  • Assault
  • Death Match
  • Team Death Match
  • King of the Hill
  • Territory

The Assault mode in particular uses the special engine feauture of the smooth transition between earth and orbit. A further feature includes the possibility of using the vehicles and characters of the BREED themselves. Their will also be vehicles made particularly for the multiplayer mode - for example, the jet pack.
In order to shorten the waiting period, BREED fans can already look forward to a further single player demo coming out in October. Before the release, their will also be a multiplayer demo.

BREED Features

  • Put your huge arsenal to use: MPs, MGs, assault and sniper rifles, shotguns, grenade and rocket launchers, and plasma slingers
  • Whether on land, in the air, or in space, you'll always have the right gear at your fingertips: fighter jets, landing crafts, tanks, jeeps, buggies. … Buckle up and rock!
  • 18 nerve-wracking missions that will make your blood boil
  • Gigantic interior and exterior locations are all realistically destructible. Brave the jungle of house-to-house warfare
  • Totally nerve-shattering multiplayer battles as a Breed or USC combatant: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and other scenarios with enormous spaceships
  • Cool story, tough scenario: humankind is on the brink of destruction—and it’s all up to you to save the day
  • Sudden attacks or meticulously planned missions—there are many ways to win, and you determine the course of action
  • Across space, through the atmosphere, and directly to Earth—the powerful Mercury game engine makes it possible
  • Battle until the mouse sparks and dies: multiplayer games host up to 24 or even 32 players via LAN or the Internet

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