ZEscape [Steam] - Asymmetric multiplayer - Sign up and help playtesting!

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by MADHOUSE, Feb 20, 2018.


    MADHOUSE New Member

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    I've worked alone on developing ZEscape and would really appreciate any feedback and help with finding bugs in the next closed alpha. It should go down now in February or early March on Steam.

    Sign up on the official ZEscape website and you'll get a steam key emailed to you when the time comes!

    Stay up-to-date with the community on the official discord: https://discord.gg/suHm9W7


    Screenshot from the last closed alpha, 13.10.2017

    What is ZEscape?
    ZEscape is an asymmetric online team PvP FPS that pits a human team against a relentless team of undeads. The humans attempts to get through levels and stages while defending and covering their teammates from the undead team, across challenging jumps, climbs, hold-outs and boss fights.
    The more players that fall pray to the undead team increases their numbers and further tips the balance of the match.

    Gun Vendor and Ability Classes

    Every stage has a Gun Vendor where human players can swap around their equipment load-out, as well as pick a limited amount of MMO-inspired Ability Classes of two main categories (Support and Elementals), which become essential to survive end-boss stages.

    Our player replenishes a friend's ammo supply. The boss is displeased :<


    At some point during a round, a random undead player will become a Reaper,
    being able to dish out punishing abilities that further ups the challenge for the human team.


    Development Progress

    Feel free to follow/subscribe and support the development of ZEscape!
    I try to post dev updates and announcements as often as I have anything interesting to share.
    You can always poke me with some questions.


    Have a MAD day!

    #1 MADHOUSE, Feb 20, 2018
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2018

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