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Monday, March 05, 2012

New F2P 3rd-person MMO shooter: Loadout

Coming this Summer is yet another Free-to-Play MMO 3rd-person shooter, Loadout. It emphasizes heavily on players being able to customize your outrageous weapons, equipment and accessories, as well as the over-the-top effects and cartoony graphics. Loadout promises this one thing, "The more you play, the more you can customize."

If Team Fortress 2 and Borderlands had a baby, it would be this game. I'd even say that Loadout is really similar to FireFall.  Seeing how successful Team Fortress 2 has been after going F2P, it seems like many MMO shooters are also jumping on the F2P wagon. I just hope that it will not become another Pay-to-Win game, and that the cash shop will only sell cosmetics items. Other than that, Loadout seems like a pretty good game to get into.

Sign up for the beta here:  http://loadoutgame.com

20 comments:

  1. the love-child of TF2 and Borderlands? I'm in

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  2. Interesting, I wonder what kind of crazy attachments you can install on your weapon.

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  3. I think I play enough games like this but maybe by the summer I won't.

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  4. Loved TF2, hope this lives up to the concept!

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  5. A lot of MMO shooters out recently, but this one stands out. Reminds me of TF2, so I probably will end up playing it to hell and back.

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  6. I'm amazed this is still a thing, I remember signing up for it like over a year ago

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  7. I always liked to see more MMO shooters. By the way nice blog, I just started following!

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  8. It has multiplayer and it's online, but I can't seem to find anything that suggests it is an mmo...

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  9. Two words, Battlefield Heroes. At least initially, that's my first impression.

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  10. Looks cool, I'll definatly check it out.

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  11. That does sound good. I like the cartoonish graphics, might try it out ..

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  12. yeah but the quality of games seems to suffer under all that f2p-stuff

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