Scavengers Gets an Official Gameplay Trailer, Developed by Former Halo Creators

Scavengers Gets an Official Gameplay Trailer, Developed by Former Halo Creators

Midwinter Games' upcoming free-to-play shooter, Scavengers, looks exciting in the first gameplay trailer.

The very first gameplay trailer of Scavengers, a new third-person multiplayer shooter by Midwinter Games shows off its brutal world and various gameplay mechanics.

Scavengers is a free-to-play class-based shooter where three teams enter a deadly competition. In a frozen wasteland where you have to deal with many dangerous infected creatures, your mission is to fight against the other groups of humans to gain more data points and satisfy those who have set up this playground.

Midwinter Games aim to deliver a PvEvP sand-box third-person shooter with Scavengers, where you have to collect points and stay alive while dealing with zombies and taking down the opponent team members. The game tries to be more than a simple drop-in/drop-out shooter by offering you deeply customizable character classes and various objectives to do during each match of the game.

The more you play, the more you earn skills and blueprints to upgrade your arsenal, and unlock new worthy weapons. Beyond different load-outs, each character class offers some unique abilities and skills, allowing you to choose the one that suits your playstyle well enough.

The developers behind Scavengers are planning to launch various seasonal objectives and content after its launch. The map of the game will also evolve over the seasons, adding new challenges and demanding new strategies to leave the battleground victorious.

Midwinter Games is a Canadian indie studio founded by talented developers who already have some vital roles in bringing the Halo series to the fans, back in the last generation of consoles.

Scavengers is set to be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on an unannounced date. That said, if the game looks promising for you, there’s a beta playtest ahead that you can sign up now. The target platforms of the Beta phase are yet to be revealed.