Shattered Horizon Gets Free Weekend on Steam 19th–-21st February

Posted By | On 17th, Feb. 2010

Futuremark Games Studio today announced that Shattered Horizon™, their PC exclusive multiplayer first-person shooter, will be free to play and 50 percent off to buy on Steam this weekend. Shattered Horizon’s innovative zero gravity gameplay has recently been enhanced by the Moonrise content pack which added four new levels and a major update which included many features requested by players.

“This weekend PC gamers everywhere can play Shattered Horizon for free,” said Jaakko Haapasalo, producer at Futuremark Games Studio. “And for the duration of the weekend, even though we recently doubled the size of the game by adding new levels, we are offering it to players for half the price, just $9.95 / €9.95.”

In Shattered Horizon, a catastrophic explosion on the Moon has filled near-Earth space with billions of tons of rocky debris. Teams of players fight in zero gravity to control the limited supplies that mean the difference between survival and death in the cold of space as seen in the “Escalation” gameplay trailer:


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