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Synced: Off-Planet, Tencent's PvPvE sci-fi shooter, shows off its action-packed proposition with a cinematic trailer

Some video games are focused on PvP, others are more dedicated to PvE and there are also those who opt for a mixture of both, as will be the case of Synced: Off-Planet , one of the titles that has been seen in the conference that has made Tencent in the last hours with a new cinematic trailer .

The third-person sci-fi shooter was officially announced a couple of years ago with development by Next Studios. The action is set in a post-apocalyptic future in which technology was supposed to help humanity get ahead, but instead evolved in a fateful way that no one was counting on.

This led to the appearance of new zombie-like creatures that destroy everything they catch on the way, hence the players must ally with each other to kill them all. However, resources are very limited, so your comrade in arms can also end up being your enemy when you least expect it in order to survive at all costs.

The battles will take place in scenarios that will use ray-tracing technology so that everything looks even more realistic while the survivors do their best to hold out until they manage to escape in an evacuation ship that puts them to safety.

Despite being in development for so long, Synced: Off-Planet still does not have an approximate release date. What we do know is that it will be for high-end PCs , so your thing is that you go thinking about getting a powerful computer, in case it catches your attention, to enjoy it when one day arrives.

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