Ubisoft Reflections' surprise PC shooter Atomega releases next week


The game is now in development at Ubisoft Reflections, the same studio that worked on Grow Home and Grow Up.

"Collect mass to evolve into increasingly powerful Exoforms, from nimble Atom to godlike Omega, and battle for supremacy through intense 10 minute rounds".

While Ubisoft is known for their larger franchises like Assassin's Creed, Ghost Recon, and many others, the company has also been known for taking on smaller, more experimental endeavors, with the studio announcing a brand new online multiplayer experience called Atomega. The title is under development from Ubisoft Reflections, and comes from the team that worked on Grow Home and its sequel, Grow Up. Your lone eye is used to shoot lasers at the enemies that you encounter on each map.

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This concept may sound familiar, and that's for good reason.

Another mass-focused shooter was recently announced as coming to the Nintendo Switch - Morphies Law. It is highly doubtful that it is anything more than pure coincidence, though. However, there is a tad bit of surprisingly tragic backstory that can be gleamed from Ubisoft's announcement. As they gather round the last star in the universe, they play a game to fight for fun.

Players earn points by acquiring mass however possible. Atomega will be available next Tuesday, September 19th on Steam for €9.99 or equivalent.