Breach Gold Gameplay Trailer and Details

Posted By | On 14th, Jan. 2011

Here is the latest trailer for Breach which consists of all in game footage.  Breach is actually a downloadable game, that’s right DLC!  This first person shooter is pretty fucking awesome for a downloadable game.  It looks better than Blacklight: Tango Down (FPS DLC) and has more to it as you take the role of elite field operatives in the CIA Special Activities Division. This 16 player online versus FPS is unique in that you can put holes through floors, walls, or take out a brick in a wall to get the drop on enemies by creating ‘shooter’s holes’. If that isn’t good enough for you, you can always just crush enemies by destroying, ceilings, balconies and walls.

The game is out for the Xbox 360 Live Arcade and PC on January 26th for $19.99 or 1200 Microsoft Points. The PC edition available in retail or for download will feature a little more including Nvidia PhysX tech, a “higher performance” Hardcore Mode “to play the way operatives train” and dedicated servers.


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