Rogue Heist is a competitive action title from Mumbai-based developers at Lifelike Studios. In Rogue Heist, two teams of six players go to war for high-value packages stolen from a convoy. The goal is to do whatever it takes to claim three of those packages. Players are from one of four rival factions and are hired by anonymous billionaires through the dark web in the Heist Mode. It’s more than killing everyone in sight – players will also need to hack into the convoy and claim a package that way.
Strategy will definitely be key in Rogue Heist, but that Heist Mode is not the only option for players. There’s also the Run ‘n’ Gun, and Gang War. Campaign and Co-op vs. AI is also planned for the near future. If you’re not so much a fan of hacking and sneaking, Gun ‘n’ Gun would be more for you – it’s a 10 player free-for-all, where you drop into a map and it’s up to your wits (and an itchy trigger finger) to come out on top. Want to shoot people, still be on a team, but not worry about capturing things? Gang War is more of your style. This mode scales between 12-16 players split between two teams pitted against each other in a race to 75 kills. Whichever team gets the kills on the table first, or has the most kills at the end of 10 minutes, wins.
There are four classes now, each with their own distinct style of gameplay. There are four factions now, with more planned for the future. Do you fancy yourself as a fashionably dressed Suit or more of a street smart Hipster? Suits are stealthy and intelligent while the Hipsters are fashionable and aggressive. If black is the primary color in your wardrobe, you might be more comfortable as a member of the Deathlords or the iron-wielding Hammers. The Deathlords are reckless and ruthless killers while the Hammers ex-armed forces and trained killers. You can also customize your look with different skins for your character regardless of faction and weapons as well as add custom emotes and dances.