THE FINALS: Embark Studios Just Dropped The Coolest Gameplay Trailer I’ve Seen All Year

Embark Studios – a newly-formed arm of publishing giant Nexon – has just dropped the very first pre-alpha gameplay trailer for their flagship title, THE FINALS.

It kicks all sorts of ass, and you should watch it right now.

The Finals will be a free-to-play, team-based FPS that encourages players to fight through ever-changing (and destructible) landscapes. Four teams comprised of three players apiece will compete in a battle-royale-themed competition. In an interview with VentureBeat, THE FINALS’ creative director Gustav Tilleby expanded upon aspects that will make the game unique and exciting.

“The vision has been to make a team-based first person shooter that pushes environmental dynamism, destruction and player freedom to the very limits of possibility,” Tilleby said. “That’s what we set out to do. So we want to build a game that provides players with the tools to meaningfully interact, change and use the world as they play. So it’s a shooter. It’s a game where aiming and shooting is important. But it’s it’s also a game where the players that can use the environment and adapt to the changes in the environment.”

Embark Studios brings out the destruction with The Finals team-based shooter game, VentureBeat

THE FINALS looks like a fast, fun, and most importantly FRESH take on dystopian, futuristic survival themes – not to mention on the first person shooter genre. A select few players will get a closer look at the game when its closed public playtest arrives this Thursday, September 29th.

You can wish list and sign up for a chance to access THE FINALS’ first playtest on Steam right now.

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