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Drone Strike Force heads to Steam in August

Drones have changed the very face of unconventional warfare, but they have also allowed for advantages in everyday life. Photography, tourism, fire fighting, law enforcement, and even lifeguarding, drones have created opportunities and met important needs without putting people at risk. For New York City-based Odisi Games, drones are the ultimate utility for combat. Odisi Games and NGD Studios brings the competitive online shooter, Drone Strike Force. The online multiplayer shooter is coming out soon on Steam, and the game has entered open public beta for the weekend of August 9-11. Anyone interested is encouraged to sign up for the public beta to checkout the game out for themselves before the game’s imminent launch.  A description of Drone Strike Force is below.

In the mid-21st century, citizen soldiers and corporations battle it out against each other to claim control of cities ravaged by global warming. Command next-generation military UAV drones via a state-of-the-art Drone Brain Meld Interface (DBMi) that provides instantaneous neural control. Work in teams to capture critical control nodes. Gain experience from battles to upgrade your drone with added functionality and add new drones to your garage.

Fly and shoot at high velocity while using the environment and your drone’s agile capabilities to outmaneuver enemies and give your team the win. Choose from a number of unique drones, weapons, perks, and abilities to customize each loadout to your own personal playstyle.

Drone Strike Force certainly looks and feels like a very different online shooter. As most military shooters involve infantry and vehicles, it is fascinating to see a game squarely focus on not just drone warfare, but the intricate details of what drones can do. The ability to apply unique perks, load-outs and customization options, all set within interesting battlefields, make for innovative combat and tactical experience. The THree-axis gameplay mechanic, which includes flying, hovering, and shooting in and out of urban warfare environents should provide hours of competitive enjoyment, including many more hours experimenting with different strategies and tactics to achieve victory. Drone Strike Force certainly looks to be the beginning of something great.

Drone Strike Force launches on August 16th for Steam.

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