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Hyenas sci-fi shooter announced with an epic heist

Team up with your pack to steal priceless pop culture loot from the Mars billionaires and rival crews.

SEGA and Creative Assembly teamed up once again for another exciting game. Their projects in the past together include games such as the Total War games and Alien: Isolation. Now they’re tackling a brand new multiplayer game. Get ready for thrilling battles in Hyenas, the all-new sci-fi FPS.

Hyenas, the new FPS

Earth is gone, the rich have colonised Mars and the rest of humanity is living their worst life in The Taint, a giant orbiting slum. While humanity is trying to survive, the Mars billionaires are more worried about fulfilling their nostalgic dreams. Plunderships, massive retail spacecrafts dedicated to selling salvaged pop-culture artefacts from Earth, our artefacts, at space-high prices to satisfy their desires.

As a pack of talented robbers, also known as the HYENAS, go for the “stuff” of the Mars elite. Challenge their security measures, steal as much as you can, then get out as fast as possible. You might even need to explode some clones in zero gravity, but hey, it’s worth it for the stuff in the end, right?

Game features:

  • Fight in Zero-G- Take out rival teams in epic Zero-G battles. Become a master of Zero-G combat FTW!
  • Steal epic merch- Team up with your pack to steal priceless pop culture loot from the Mars billionaires and rival crews.
  • Escape to win- Use unique skills and abilities to face-off in fast-paced battles in a bid to secure your stolen merch.

Does the game have a release date?

Unfortunately, no release date has been announced yet for the Hyenas game. However, those interested can currently sign up for the alpha to check the game out on their official website. Hyenas comes to most modern gen consoles, including PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and Epic Games. Ready for an epic experience?

Via, Polygon.

Erin Vieira

Writer, artist, cosplayer, D&D player, Final Fantasy lover, and Bayonetta enthusiast Erin Vieira says that although they were born amongst mortals, someday they will exist as an unknown entity of the void. There will still be video games there, of course.
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