Just after bringing you Mercia: Fractured Realms, Lockwood have another surprise up their sleeves! Later this year the new, free-to-play, fast paced, action packed 3rd person shooter Uproar will be released in PlayStation Home!
This proper shooter allows you to free roam various maps, playing as the renowned Swyfts or the notorious Outlaws. There are a wealth of customisation options to look forward to including clothing items, projectile and melee weapons and more! Interact with other Home users in a whole new way in an experience unlike anything seen on the platform before.
Imagining the looks on the faces of the idiots who spent ACTUAL money on No Man's Land.
Anyway... Lockwood's Mercia is also Free2Play and they have done quite a good job with the paid content, its quite balanced when compared to the weapons you can acquire with in game credits, even though Mercia is not PvP. Probably they will do a good job with this game as well, what worries me though, is that this game, unlike NML, allows free movement therefore I sence that the gameplay will feel a bit weird on the Havok engine... lets hope Lockwood can make the gameplay run as smooth as possible.
PS: This game reminds me a bit of APB, lets hope it doesn't turn out as bad as APB.
PS4 Preordered - yipeeee!
I think I pass, Mercia is nothing but a flop and I don't have any trust in Lockwood making something good then houses anymore.
In a world turned to ruin, only those cunning enough to find their own place will survive. This can be said of two young entrepreneurs from Sao Paulo, Brazil. At the age of 14, two boys started their own pistol production business in a shed, to profit from the brutal gang warfare happening on the streets every day. ‘Real’ weapons were becoming very hard to come by, but the boys managed to create deadly alternatives from scrap metal and salvaged materials. Soon they had built up a real business and struggled to meet demand. They began hiring others to help, and expanded into creating machine pistols and rifles. Before long they had become the largest distributor of small arms in South America.
Like all gun manufacturers, Grilla Gunz has since been acquired by Troika. Today, Grilla Gunz offers very unique weaponry that retains its street feel; while they may not be the most reliable weapons, due to Troikacutting corners on production costs wherever possible, they pack a real punch and sure do look the part. The highlight of their range is the “Binoculator” – a long range assault rifle with binoculars for a scope.