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Amazon Games launches Crucible

Amazon Games launches Crucible

Amazon Games and Relentless Studios have announced that their free-to-play competitive shooter Crucible is now available to download on Steam.

Players can choose from a diverse roster of 10 hunters, including Earl, an inter-stellar trucker, Summer, a dual-flame-thrower-wielding former welder, and Bugg, a robot botanist. Each hunter in Crucible has their own unique weapons and abilities, and as they defeat opponents and the planet’s flora and fauna, they level up, gaining strength and enhancing their abilities. Crucible’s fast-paced combat challenges players to constantly re-evaluate and adjust their strategies, adapting to their opponents’ moves and the deadly planet itself.

“I knew Crucible was something special the very first time I played it, and it somehow keeps getting even better,” said Twitch creator Sasslyn. “The hunters are unique, but welcomingly familiar. Whether you want to stick to one or be a jack-of-all-trades, there is a hunter that will fit your preferred style of play. Throughout Crucible’s development, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing first-hand how much the team cares about their players, and the way they take feedback and use it to make Crucible into an even more innovative and unique game.”

Upon launch, Crucible will feature three distinct multiplayer modes:

  • Heart of the Hives: A 4 vs. 4 battle against giant boss Hives that spawn throughout the world. Each Hive contains a valuable Heart, and the first team to capture three Hearts wins, making each match a dangerous balance between racing the opposing team and surviving the powerful Hives.
  • Alpha Hunters: Eight teams of two take the battlefield and fight to be the final team standing.

Harvester Command: Two eight-person teams battle to capture and hold Harvesters spread across the map, vying for control of the Essence that drew them all to the planet. Teams earn points by controlling Harvesters and defeating opponents, and the first team to 100 points wins

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