Disintegration – Announcement Trailer

Disintegration is a new sci-fi first-person shooter on the way out, where players pilot a heavily-armed Gravcycle. Players will command troops on the ground as they battle through both single-player and multiplayer PVP modes.

This game is being developed by V1 Interactive, which is an independent studio of about 30 industry veterans and new talents, who worked on titles such as Halo, Destiny, SOCOM US Navy Seals and more.  The game will have a trio of multiplayer game modes at launch, each with their own maps. These team-based battles will definitely require sharp coordination, from utilizing ground units with individual abilities while also maximizing the destructive capacity of the Gravcycle.

“Disintegration is not your standard first-person shooter and it will challenge how you approach the battlespace,” said Marcus Lehto, President and Game Director at V1 Interactive. “You will explore a world forever changed by an ongoing global conflict. The only way to save life as we know it is by making strategic decisions in every firefight, both as an armed Gravcycle pilot and as the commander of your crew.”

“The game takes place in this beautiful world and has a story wrought with hardship and triumph. Both of these aspects could be the focal point of a single game, but V1 takes it one step further,” said Kari Toyama, Senior Producer at Private Division. “Not only does Disintegration bring an immersive game world and gripping narrative, the game delivers the ability to sit both within and above combat in a completely different way than anything else out there right now.”

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