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Towards the end of last year, we informed you about a game that arrived with a multitude of bugs. Yes, the renowned arachnids have returned to an exciting new game. Allow us to refresh your memory about the latest co-op shooter in town: Starship Troopers: Extermination. This first-person shooter supports co-op gameplay with a maximum of sixteen players, as you band together to combat the formidable bug adversaries. Currently available on Steam as an early access launch, let’s delve into what this game has to offer. Steam aptly describes it as a “pulse-pounding, base-building, objective-grabbing co-op first-person shooter.”

In Starship Troopers: Extermination, we find ourselves enlisted in the Deep Space Vanguard, an elite Special Forces division of the Mobile Infantry. Our mission is to confront the menacing Bug threat and secure victory for humanity. Our battlefield is the deep-space mining colony on Planet Valaka, specifically designated as PE-59, which has been ravaged by the Arachnids. It is our duty to reclaim the colony from their clutches. “Do you wish to learn more?” Let’s explore the game’s features in greater detail.

The War Effort Needs Your Effort

Retake and rebuild bases, construct refineries, and complete a variety of other side objectives to wrest control of the map away from the Bug menace. A massive, detailed map with several unique zones adds to incredible replayability, and swarm-based combat with hundreds of enemy Bugs on screen delivers the sense of taking part in an overwhelming planetary struggle!

Saddle Up

Choose from the Hunter, Operator, and Bastion classes to best suit your playstyle and support the rest of your squad. Stay in contact with your teammates with the intuitive “Ping” system to call out points of interest, enemies, and more. As you progress, you’ll unlock new weapons, equipment, and perks for each class to become an elite warfighter of the Deep Space Vanguard! Additional customization choices to come as the game develops.

This Place Crawls, Sir!

Increasing Bug threat levels during missions bring bigger and more dangerous enemies to the fight and you’re going to need to hunker down to stand a chance. Construct walls, towers, ammo stations, and more using resources acquired from planetside refineries to beat back the Bugs until Fleet can come and get you. At Early Access launch you’ll encounter Drone, Warrior, Gunner, Plasma Grenadier, and Tiger Elite enemy Bugs, with more to come

Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Citizen?

Starship Troopers: Extermination is being built alongside the community. With a lower entry price at Early Access launch, we want to encourage Troopers to sign up with the Vanguard. We are boots on the ground with our community, ready to listen, as we take the game from Early Access to a full launch.

The Future For Starship Troopers: Extermination

Right now the developer focus is bringing all the support to the game in early access. However, those on console and fans of the franchise are missing out. I love the film and would to get to play this on Xbox or PlayStation or even the Switch. Though I am sure I’m not the only one. And it’s even been asked on the Steam community forum. The FAQ does have a question about a console release.

Will Starship Troopers: Extermination come to consoles?

Right now the Starship Troopers: Extermination team is focused on the game’s Early Access launch on Steam. While we’re aware of the demand for a console release, our current goal is to release on PC first. However, not even the Ministry of Paranormal Warfare knows what the future holds!

So it seems it’s a huge possibility. Could it happen when they change the game engine as it will end up on Unreal Engine 5 later? Offworld the games developer state are an “Unreal-first studio” when asked about the games engine. They state it is currently using Unreal Engine 4. They plan “to move to Unreal Engine 5 over the course of development”.

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