Strike Vector Summary
Strike Vector is a fun game, a frantic multiplayer dog-fighter with a bucketload of customisation options. If you haven't tried it out yet, now is a very good time to do so.
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What tops a high speed jet dogfighting in the skies? A jet that's also a mech and goes all first-person shooter, that's what! Strike Vector was built by an indie team of nine in just 15 months.
Despite that quick sounding lead time, Strike Vector has some rather tasty visuals and seems to have the gameplay to back them up - fancy that. Ready to pilot a hyper-speed VTOL?
Indie studio Rage Quit, comprised of 9 developers, has announced that their fast-paced flying shooter Strike Vector will be entering open beta in January 2014.
Designed "in the pure tradition of the sacred monsters of hardcore FPS such as Quake 3", Strike Vector features furiously paced first and third-person flight combat.
The nine-man team behind Strike Vector have also announced that all DLC relased for the game will be free. "No premium versions, no micro-payments, no no costly DLCs! All of that will be free for players."
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