Synced the looter-shooter will have open beta next month
Synced is a new online cooperative third-person shooter with looting mechanics and a roguelite structure. Its first open beta will start on December 10 on PC.
Publisher Level Infinite and developer NexT Studios have announced today that they are collaborating on a new video game: Synced, a rogue-looter-shooter that will be coming to PC soon, although it will hold its first open beta on PC beforehand (both through from Steam and from the game client itself) that will take place from December 10 to January 13 and to which it is already possible to register at this link. It will serve as a contact with the cooperative of player against environment (PvE) in this new project.
Synced is a third-person shooter, as you can see in the first trailer. Its setting takes us to a future in which nanotechnologies have changed the way we fight, so our characters can synchronize with Nanos to turn their enemies into allies.
Various classes and modes in the near future with runaway nanomachines
There will be several Nano classes that we can sync up with in Synced: Crusher, Seer, Guardian and Supressor. These four classes will also be combined with the unique equipment and abilities of each of our characters, giving options to endless combinations and tactical approaches in each game. On the other hand, as a good looter-shooter, during the game we will be able to loot resources both in player vs. environment (PvE) and player vs. player (PvP) modes, giving us the possibility of customizing our avatar in each game (what that gives a roguelite touch to the game).
Synced plot takes us to a near future of our reality in which nanotechnology has become a fundamental axis of civilization. However, a cataclysm known as ‘the Collapse’ has caused these nanomachines to turn against their creators, consuming humans as a virus that uses people as a method of propagation. In the midst of the apocalypse, Synced players take on the role of Runners, fearless fortune seekers who roam The Meridian in groups in search of a valuable nano-energetic substance known as Nerva.