Indie developer Adhesive has unveiled a new mech for their first person mech shooter Hawken, as well as a new co-op game mode.
Indie developer Adhesive Studios has announced that the studio will be adding leaderboards to Hawken to spur more competitive gameplay. They expect the feature to go live in November.
Indie developer Adhesive Games' free-to-play mech-based shooter Hawken will be getting a major update by the end of the month, which will revamp mech customizable, among other things.
Meteor Entertainment has enlisted the help of monetisation firm Live Gamer to help launch its free-to-play shooter.
Adhesive Games has announced that Hawken is to be delayed. The upcoming mech title will receive an open beta period on 12th December, allowing the team to work on changes provided from community feedback.
No new release date has been set.