Project Haven squad tactics game shows off fresh gameplay for Linux and Windows PC. Due to recent content being shared via developer Code Three Fifty One. Still due to make its way onto Steam in 2022.
Project Haven developer Code Three Fifty One has released ten minutes of narrated, fresh gameplay. Offering a look into the tactical turn-based title. The fan favourite winner and NGDC grand finalist showcases fresh footage ahead of its major update in February. Due to bring big changes to the user interface. As well as the in-game mechanics, new playable characters, and skills. All due to arrive on Linux and Windows PC.
Inspired by Jagged Alliance and developed by a team of two. The Epic Grant recipient’s latest video sees the Steel Dragons reach a key subway station. Only to find they’ve been ambushed by several Brotherhood goons. Shot to highlight the game’s tactical depth. Players also get to see the process behind its deep combat. As well as the depth of options available in how to approach each encounter.
Project Haven – First Look Gameplay (Linux, Windows PC)
Taking place in a grid free urban battlefield using an action point based movement system. Project Haven sees players needing to take cover using flexible stances. While aiming every shot exactly using over the shoulder manual targeting. Each and every bullet is accurately modeled. Also very capable of punching a hole clean through a body.
Combat in Project Haven isn’t always about brute force. Disarm your enemies by shooting the gun from their hands. Then close the distance for a melee attack. Use an advanced stealth system to avoid enemy lines of sight. Then deliver a silent takedown from the rear. You can also use armor piercing rounds to punch through solid walls for the ultimate in surprise attacks. Develop your tactics, upgrade your squad and customize your arsenal. While you become the city’s deadliest, most efficient merc crew for hire.
- Modern aesthetics married to classic squad tactics gameplay. While featuring action point based movement and deep ballistic simulation
- A free aiming system that allows you to take control of your Project Havenmercs directly. So you can manually shoot from an over the shoulder point of view. Then pop behind cover to protect yourself from counterattacks.
- Locational damage, letting you wing your enemies with a shot to the arm to reduce accuracy. Then slow their movement with a hit to the legs, or boost damage with a full headshot.
- An advanced cover system lets you adjust the stance of each merc with just two clicks. So you can peek over cover or leaning around a wall exposes yourself. Project Haven also offers vital lines of sight.
- Mature storytelling. Learn the harsh realities of a seething megacity. One full of fear and dark secrets. Witness the gritty lives of mercs and NPCs. Getting a view of the story driven campaign. Along with fully voiced and motion captured characters and cinematics.
Weapons, Progress, and Game Modes
- RPG character progress. Command a group of Project Haven mercenaries, each with their own unique personality and attitude towards other characters. Improve their features and unlock new skills. All while they gain experience and level up.
- Advanced weapon mechanics. Magazine management, chambered bullets, and different types of ammo for various settings. Calibers and ammunition types affect how far and how well projectiles hit and damage their target.
- Skirmish, co-op & PvP. Play through the campaign mode with 1-4 players. You can also play skirmish in randomly generated maps. Then fight against friends or AI, alone or in co-op.
Launching this year, Project Haven will deliver a massive 45+ mission campaign. Expect a gritty sci-fi story to unravel and a cast of mismatched mercenary personalities to fill the roster. Every mission is hand crafted, with story design by Edwin McRae. Known to the likes of Lost Ember and Path Of Exile.
- Project Haven squad tactics demo will be available in February. The full game launches in 2022. You can also keep up with development on the game’s official Discord channel. Or via Code Three Fifty One’s development blog on Steam. Due to arrive with day one support for Linux and Windows PC. Be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam.