RIGS: Mechanized Combat League is a first-person shooter sports video game by Sony Interactive Entertainment, SIEA and SCEA, developed by Guerrilla Cambridge and Guerilla Cambridge.
PlayStation on Monday, December 19, 2016 released the trailer:
RIGS Mechanized Combat League - Winter Season Update Trailer I PS VR.
Players take control of large mechs known as "Rigs", as they compete in a professional sports competition set 50 years in the future. The sports competition takes place in an open arena based in real-world locations such as Rio de Janeiro and Dubai.
The overall gameplay consists of a five-minute match divided into two halves. Six players are grouped in two three-man teams. Rigs are equipped with a variety of weapons loadouts, which players can use to score a Takedown by destroying an opposing team's Rig. There are three playable match types in the game: *Team Takedown: A match type similar to team deathmatch, where two teams race against each other to score the most takedowns within five minutes. *Power Slam: Two teams compete against each other to score the most points by jumping into a ring in the middle of the arena. Before doing so, players must first enter the Overdrive mode by scoring takedowns and/or collecting power spheres. *Endzone: In the same vein as American football, two teams attempt to take control of a holographic ball and score by running through the opposition's goalpost while in possession of the ball.
There are four Rig classes in the game, each with unique characteristics: Sentinel, Hunter, Mirage, and Tempest. There are a total of 24 Rigs available to players. Each individual Rig also comes with its own weapons loadout and ability, e.g. Nine Lives is a Mirage-class Rig with the Vampire ability which restores the Rig to full health upon taking down an opponent, and a weapons loadout consisting of a warhead missile launcher and a beam laser emitter.
RIGS: Mechanized Combat League was scheduled to be released on October 13, 2016 by Sony Interactive Entertainment, SIEA and SCEA.
It is a multiplayer and single-player video game.
The game is made with Decima engine.
This video game is available for the following platforms: PlayStation 4.
The game RIGS: Mechanized Combat League is rated with T rating.
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