Crazy Justice Development Is Looking Good And Right On Schedule

by Sammy Chan
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Fortnite and PUBG may have a new competitor in the Battle Royale market, as Crazy Justice is set to be released in the second half of quarter 2018. The fig campaign project has already reached 170% of its initial goal, raising $61,288 in backer funds. Aside from its Battle Royale mode, there will also be a campaign that can be played single or multiplayer and five additional multiplayer modes.

What is Crazy Justice?

Crazy Justice is a third-person shooter game with cel-shaded graphics. You play a hero saving the world from the forces of evil by completing missions, recruiting other heroes, and eliminating steampunk hordes. There will be several maps in the game, ranging from Egypt to even the North Pole.

What Makes it so Special?

A key feature in the game will be the cross-network play. Players will be able to form squads with their friends despite being on other platforms. This is limited, however, to Switch, PC and X Box One. Other features include:
Cover System- Utilize the High and Low cover elements in each map to get the strategic advantage against enemies.
Destructible Environments- Experience the satisfaction of obliterating enemy cover or obstacles in your way with the detailed deconstruction of destructible map elements. Thanks to the power of Unreal Engine 4 and Nvidia PhysX, you’ll be polluting the digital environment with bullets and debris in no time.
Custom Skill Deck- Use the skill cards in your favor to gain the upper hand against your enemies.
The Building System- Build barricades, walls, turrets and other defense systems based on your skills.

Lacking mutuals? Don’t worry!

The game will be available on Nintendo Switch, Steam, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X versions will come with 4k HDR support. Nintendo Switch will also have split-screen multiplayer for up to four friends. The game will run at 60fps on all platforms including the Switch, minus its split screen mode (yet to be confirmed). The Switch version will also provide optional motion controls.
Scheduled release is Q2 2018. Interested? You can still pledge here to preorder.

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