Free-to-play team-based multiplayer game Battlecry may be in a spot of trouble, according to a statement from publisher.
First announced back at E3 2014, the game did make an appearance at this year's show, but ever since then it's sort of dropped off the radar. Here's the not entirely promising statement that Bethesda sent to Australian site
has announced that players can now head on over to its website to sign up for the upcoming Battlecry beta. Publisher Bethesda also showed off a new trailer for the team-based brawler, showing off the Han Republic team.
Consisting of specialist characters from across East Asia, including aand a Mongolian dude with a great big bloody hammer, the Han team will take on the British Empire-inspired Imperial Marines, and the the Russian-themed Cossack Empire in fast-paced, steampunk battles.
The very first conference kicking offnext week is from and it's also their showing. They'll be commanding our attention Sunday, June 14th @ 7.00pm PDT, or early Monday June 16th in UK and Europe.
It will be live streamed via dark Internet sorcery and we've embedded it for your convenience. They've got some big guns on stage including theFallout 4, and the long awaited DOOM sequel.
Half-Life 2 and Dishonored's Viktor Antonov brings us a new warped world with BattleCry, which Bethesda announce as a free-to-play multilayer action game supporting 32 players between two teams.
The Royal Marines and the Cossacks do battle in sanctioned WarZones, with unlockable ranks granting new abilities and increasing loadouts of these elite warriors.