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Dead Space talent behind F2P shooter Lawless

By , on October 22, 2013
Last modified 11 months ago

Publisher DeNA is having a stab at merging third-person shooting and free-to-play mechanics in upcoming gallery shooter Lawless.

This 1990s-based blaster is the result of a team-up between two studios: Scattered Entertainment (responsible for freemium FPS The Drowning), and EightPixelSquare (founded by members of the Dead Space: Extraction team).

According to Scattered Entertainment head Ben Cousins, Lawless will be "an intense skillful game designed as an ode to classic 'light gun' shooters and filled with the retro Californian feel of '90s bank robber movies."

As you can see from the trailer (above), you'll be discharging rounds into law enforcers as you attempt to complete heists in the Los Angeles area. 

We haven't got a release date from DeNA yet, but we have been promised hundreds of weapons and missions when Lawless arrives on the App Store. When we know more, so will you.

Polygon


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