Blacklight: Retribution is a free to play fast-paced multiplayer online first person shooter with a science fiction theme and a number of game types and maps.
Blacklist: Retribution takes place in a cyberpunk setting. It is a multiplayer-only game.
The owners of Zombie Studios are retiring.
Studio director Jared Gerritzen also talks about the reason for opting for UE4.
When the FPS exits beta, you'll have all of your progress and currency intact.
More details coming in 2014.
Zombie Studios' free to play shooter arriving for Europe.
Should arrive next week though, according to SCEE's Fred Dutton.
Clear some space on your HDD - this is gonna be a doozy.
Zombie studios director Jared Gerritzen gives us the lowdown on Blacklight Retribution.
Studio director Jared Gerritzen talks about differences between the PC and PS4 versions.
Studio director Jared Gerritzen tells us what level of detail their aiming for.
Both free to play titles will have their PS4 versions showcased for the first time.
The free to play shooter to be present at Sony's booth later this month.
The power of free-to-play
Developers love the new controller as much as everyone else, it seems.
Sony is just like, 'GO! GO! GO! Let's make this hardcore!"
Zombie Studios' makes some serious inroads with the PS4 adaptation of Retribution.
Over 25 indie titles showcased on the show floor.
No mention of which console.
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