Sci-Fi FPS ‘Boundary’ Doesn’t Have a Release Date, But it Will Be Playable During Steam Next Fest
Skystone Games and Surgical Scalpels announced that multiplayer FPS Boundary will be playable during Steam Next Fest from February 6 through February 13, 2023.
This will act as the game’s newest beta period where players can play through multiplayer matches in zero gravity. However, the team did not reveal a release date, which many have been waiting for. They did say they’ll have more to share soon, though.
The demo includes weapon customization, a few different maps, combat classes, level-up system.
Boundary has been delayed in the past, but the publisher has shared that they plan to announce something within the next couple of weeks.
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.
In case you missed it, check out our interview with the developers.
Boundary is in development for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam with other consoles to be announced.
You can watch the newest trailer below:
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