Sci-Fi FPS ‘Boundary’ Shows Off New Features in Update Video

Surgical Scalpels released a new trailer for their multiplayer FPS Boundary, coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in Q1 2020.

The trailer highlights the new features added at the game, which includes improvements to the sounds and a radar that displays the height of the target. Additionally, radio interference has been added that gets louder the closer you are to an enemy and players can now point out an enemy to their allies by aiming at them.

Previously, the developer was planning on only releasing the PS4 build, but publisher Huya has now partnered with the developer to fund the PC version development for a simultaneous release.

As part of the China Hero Project’s first batch of titles revealed at ChinaJoy 2016, Boundary is the first title from the program to head to the global market. The game is a multiplayer tactical space-based shooter that has players assume the role of an astronaut in space engaging in zero gravity firefights.

In the future, space is used as the ultimate environment in Boundary as players will explore a new frontier for man as Earth reaches capacity and the natural resources of the planet dwindle. However, humans never really change their ways as now they must deal with a new breed of scum and villainy from governments, mercenaries, pirates, and outlaws. Everyone is looking forward to carving out their piece of the pie in space.

You can watch the new gameplay trailer below:

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