Fight to become the ultimate lifeform in Atomega!

Fight to become the ultimate lifeform in Atomega!

From September 19, players can get started with Atomega, Ubisoft’s newest online multiplayer first-person shooter, exclusively available through Steam. The game was developed by Reflections, a Ubisoft studio, in the same way as Grow Home and Grow Up. With the same creative endeavor, Atomega was looking for surprising concepts that amaze players and offer new experiences.

Atomega takes place during the end of times when our reality is slowly losing its existence. All that remains is Exoforms: post-biological life forms that dominate matter and energy. Exoforms are also the last relatives of man and machine. Now that the laws of nature do not work anymore, the Exoforms only fight for fun and dominance in an arena on the verge of total destruction.  By pacifying the map or eliminating and absorbing enemies, players must collect mass to grow from non-atomic to divine Omega. In intense 10-minute rounds, up to eight players fight for all the power. The more mass one has, the more points. The player who has the most points at the end wins the round. Atomega is easy to learn, hard to master and offers a ruthless competitive experience, while the iconic personality of its small development team is recognizable ingame.

Atomega will be available exclusively for Pc through Steam on September 19, 2017, for € 9.99/$9.99/£9.99. Want to know more about Atomega? Check out the website through this link.

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Being over 30 years old, I've been playing videogames since I've exchanged my pacifier for a game controller. I've only recently started reviewing games and it's incredibly fun to do and educational as I get to know a lot of new stuff about videogames and the industry. My favourite game genres are RPG's(strategy RPG, J-RPG,...), adventure, platforming, simulation and retro.

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