Breach, their military, class-based multiplayer shooter has gone gold and will be released on PC on January 25, 2010 and Xbox Live Arcade a day later. The PC version of Breach will be released both in retail and digial download for $19.99 USD, while the Xbox Live Arcade version will be sold for 1200 MSP ($15 USD).
The PC version will have several distinct advantages over the console version; it will feature PhysX-driven visuals, a Hardcore Mode, and dedicated server support with remote administration.
Breach is the remnant of Atomic Games' canceled Six Days in Fallujah, which has an advanced destructible terrain and structure feature. As the developers told me at PAX East last year, players create their own cover. As the name implies, they can also create their own entrances or blow a hole in the floor of a shack to cause enemies to tumble to their deaths. The classes include rifleman, gunner, support, sniper, and recon, and matches can have up to 16 players.
Keep an eye out for this game - it's really fun.