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Cats Who Play is working on RTS Terminator: Dark Fate – Defiance – Gaming – News

Russian developer Cats Who Play is creating a real-time strategy game set in the Terminator: Dark Fate universe. This is about the fictional world from the movie of the same name that came out in 2019. The game should be released for PC sometime in 2022.

The game was announced with a cinematic trailer and a short video showing footage from the game. On the other hand steam page There are screenshots and a more detailed description of the game. The strategy game is about the battle between humanity and legion. The latter is an intelligent network of cyborgs. In Terminator: Dark Fate, this is basically the Skynet counterpart from the classic Terminator movies.

The game will feature a single-player campaign in which players will take on the role of the leader of the founders’ faction to confront an army against the Legion’s plans to wipe out humanity. The game will also have skirmish and multiplayer modes, where players can choose from three factions: Founders, Legion, and Resistance. Multiplayer can be played 1vs1, 2vs1, or 2vs2.

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The makers promise “Great Strategic Playgrounds” with great combat and tactical gameplay. Weapons and armor corrode with consumption and players should take this into account. Buildings can also be destroyed in the stadium, which could have “tactical consequences” in urban areas, according to the developers.

Terminator: Dark Fate – Challenge made by Cats Who Play. This is a Russian studio that also bears the name of RTS Syrian Warfare. This game appeared on Steam in 2017, and according to its makers, it is a realistic representation of the war in Syria. The release date for Terminator-rts has yet to be announced, but according to the Steam page, the game will be coming out soon.

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