Gigantic is an impressive shooter MOBA set in a fantasy world
Many game developers will roll out their creations in December, offering you many choices when it comes to choosing a new favorite game. One of the most awaited games of the year is Gigantic, an impressive MOBA shooter that will transport you to a fantasy battlefield.
In it, you will battle alongside a massive guardian in a fight for supremacy. The game is a perfect mix of action and strategy and tests your teamwork, tactics, and timing by challenging you to confront a five-story foe in order to conquer a fantasy battlefield.
You can use a variety of characters and each has their own fantastic spells, weapons and abilities. You will work together with your team to summon helpful creatures and gather enough power to defeat the opposing guardian.
At first, you won’t have enough power to clash with the opposing guardian directly, so you’ll need to use a series of strategies to get to the opposite team members. Leap off of your airship to wrest power from the opposing team while avoiding their guardian, for instance.
Live out tales of old as you take control of one of many heroic characters – each with a unique combination of speed, cunning, and strength – while arming yourself with swords, guns, bombs, and wondrous magic on your team’s journey to victory.
Conquer key tactical points on each map and summon powerful creatures to maintain the upper hand in battle and defeat the opposite team.
The Gigantic beta is expected to launch in August, offering you a glimpse into the upcoming game. The game will officially launch on the Xbox One and Windows PC on the same day, and is also expected to come to the PS4 in the distant future.
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