Due Process is an online tactical FPS from Giant Enemy Crab and Annapurna Interactive. It is currently available on Steam as an early access title, and features PvP gameplay. The game features procedurally generated maps keeping gameplay fresh throughout every match. Players interested in the title can play Due Process for free over the weekend on Steam starting from 27th May.
The game features multiple phases including a planning phase where both teams have to plan ahead. Due Process forces players to adapt to the ever-changing levels, and anticipate enemy attacks.
Play Due Process for Free
The free weekend starts from 27th May, and ends on 31st May 2021. During this free weekend players will be able to purchase the game at a discounted price discounted price of $12.49.
You can check out the launch trailer for the early access version below
It is currently available through Steam, and you can purchase it, or try it out at the following link. The game features a colorful aesthetic, and a Very Positive rating from Steam users.
The game features a 5v5 team distribution where Argus Defenders have to combat the Defenders. It’s similar to Rainbow Six Siege, but since the maps are procedurally generated, players can’t learn those. Each match feels unique because of this, and that’s why the planning phase is so important.
As you’d expect, the defenders will have to set up traps, and coordinate with their teammates by gathering intel. Attackers are quicker, and have better weaponry, but they’ll have to get through the defenses, and finish their objective.
Based on the Steam page, the developers have chosen the early access to model to improve their game based on player feedback. The launch version will have more more maps, weapons, utilities and gameplay system. It will also include more character customization as well. A release date for the 1.0 version hasn’t been announced yet, but we expect it to come out this year.
Annapurna Interactive have multiple projects lined up for 2021 including Twelve Minutes, The Artful Escape, Last Stop and Solar Ash.
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