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SOLDAT 2 2.5D multiplayer shooter finally releases

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Soldat 2 2.5D multiplayer shooter finally releases in Linux gaming, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Transhuman Design. Which is now live and doing well on Steam, with 88% Positive reviews.

Soldat 2 is a crazy 2.5D deathmatch shooter. Thanks to the creation of Michal “MM” Marcinkowski. Hence the famed indie game developer and creator of SOLDAT. The game now releases in Early Access. Due to remain there for the next 24 months.

So here we are, after 30 months of “one man army” style development. The sequel releases 18 years after the first one. That’s a long flipping time.

Soldat 2 is back in a new, 3D look, but it stays true to its roots with. A high skill ceiling and high speed physics based movement. And all the different weapons combined with ragdoll violence.
Besides recreating what made Soldat great. There are new guns, maps, game modes and experimental features. Like motorbikes, battle royale and an inspired gamemode in which you can become a giant”.- says the creator Michal “MM” Marcinkowski.

“The Soldat 1 movement inspired many games. Including N and was analyzed in the book “Game Feel” by Steve Swink. I’m happy to have recreated it in Soldat 2 and expanded for even more skill-based fun!” – he adds.

Soldat 2 Movement Trailer

So now after several weeks of testing with the community. The game is ready for releases via Early Access on Steam. Development will certainly continue as Michal Marcinkowski – the creator, collects feedback from the players. While introducing new features. Players can meet on the official Soldat 2 Discord channel.

Soldat 1 is a legend of 2000’s internet and LAN parties. Also a precursor of the 2010’s indie game revolution. Well before the term “indie” was coined. Watch MM’s story on how the game started 18 years ago.

Now is the time to put on your rocket boots and grab your gun. Soldat 2 2.5D multiplayer shooter finally releases. Arriving in Linux gaming, Mac and Windows PC via Steam. Priced at $13.50 USD including a 10% launch discount (regular price $14.99 USD).

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