released on Sep 08, 2022

Shatterline is an arena FPS with a roguelike co-op mode (Expedition) as well as several traditional PvP modes such as TDM, Conquest, Plant-the-Bomb, and Escort. Players can choose Operatives and an armory of weapons that can be customized via attachments. Set in the near future, where humanity faces a threat of cosmic proportions. Players take on the roles of the Immunes – bearers of an extremely rare genetic combination that allows their bodies to resist the alien plague.

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It feels like the game version of a "100 GAMES IN 1 CONSOLE"

shuffles in..i think this is a fun cod clone! few players + it has a learning curve but i rlly do like it. i'll like play more and after it's out of early access

Super "meh" shooter with the most egregious progression system I've seen in recent years. Cosmetic skins literally come with stat upgrades to guns (faster reload speeds, increased accuracy, etc.) and you need to play literally hundreds upon hundreds of matches to unlock the actually strong weapons.
The PvE mode is incredibly weak and janky with it mainly being, "run to this place and shoot a couple generic bad guys" over and over.

I'm going to wait for the full game to come out, but it has potential.

Yet another free CoD clone trying to capitalize on the popularity of it, however this is something that can be labeled as a AA game, it isn't the most top of the line type of quality but it is definitely above the usual standard even if it is slightly.
Decent gameplay, a considerable progression system to keep you entertained in a healthy way unlike most live service games do nowadays trying to squeeze every bit of playtime with unrewarding systems, PvE has a lot of potential and replayability thanks to the roguelike elements.
Balance is questionable, blueprint variants shouldn't be a thing at all even if they aren't obtainable via microtransactions, servers are on par with Apex on how bad they are, this could have its audience that can coexist with others on the genre but it is up to fraglab to make the right choices on how they maintain this game.