Hover: Revolt Of Gamers Ending Early Access Soon

The team at Midgar Studio and Fusty Games has revealed that their open-world free running adventure game Hover: Revolt Of Gamers is about to end its Steam Early Access Run...
Hover: Revolt Of Gamers

The team at Midgar Studio and Fusty Games has revealed that their open-world free running adventure game Hover: Revolt Of Gamers is about to end its Steam Early Access Run on May 31st, meaning, that the game will be released in full to the public. This is a good thing, as it means that the team is betting that the game is of good enough quality to release it, and since this game is all about speed, movements, and free running, that’s saying something. Because you can bet it was anything but a smooth ride to the finish.

If not already obvious, Hover: Revolt Of Gamers is not your typical game, yet it has a very familiar setup. It’s set in a distant planet that is being oppressed. To fight the power, three rebels don some very flashy gear and decide to disrupt the system and help those in need. You’ll have to sabotage systems and make your way to the Orbital Station of the Great Admin, for only there can you signal for help in order to get saved from those that are holding you down.

Hover: Revolt Of Gamers is inspired by games like Jet Set Radio and Mirror’s Edge, and does its best to combine the freedom of moment that Mirror’s Edge made famous with the style that made Jet Set Radio a cult classic. In fact, they actually have the composer from Jet Set Radio making music for the game, so you’ll enjoy tracks that’ll make the game even more fun to play.

Plus, you have the option from jump-in/jump-out co-op. Play with friends, then leave them to play alone, it’s your call, and you can even battle your friends in special matches. It’s your game, and your way to have fun, so you choose how you do it and stick it to the man in Hover: Revolt Of Gamers.

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