Third-person shooter SYNCED will debut in open beta on December 10th

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Publisher Level Infinite and developer NEXT Studios today announced the open beta for the third-person shooter synced announced. From December 10th, 2022 to January 15th, 2023, players will experience PvE and Co-op gameplay for the first time. The beta is free for PC players via Steam or synced-site Available.

synced is a rogue-robber shooter set in the near future where nanotechnology is the backbone of civilization. After the cataclysm known as the Fall, the nanomachines have turned against their creators. They eat humans to breed, turning into deadly nanites. In this apocalyptic set, players take on the role of the Runners, a group of brave adventurers who scour the Meridian in search of the precious nano-energy substance Nerva. You form teams of up to three players and compete in PvE and PvP battles.

Gives a deep insight into the world of an extended video synced and introduces the gameplay mechanics players will encounter in the open beta: https://youtu.be/jI2yLvCzEKY

synced Delivers a new third-person marauder shooter experience in which players synchronize with the deadly Nano and turn the enemy into an ally. The different nano classes – Crusher, Seer, Guardian and Suppressor – are paired with different loadout and unique talents of the runners allowing for a wide variety of possible combinations and tactical approaches.

Similar to classic looter shooters, runners collect resources in PvE and PvP battles to develop their character. They also unlock powerful weapons and mods. This makes every fight special. This “Rogue-Light” Effect Makes a Difference synced from comparable games.

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more details below www.syncedthegame.com and on steam page Available.

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