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In Warframe, up to four players work together to complete missions, such as eliminating enemies or retrieving data from terminals. Players wear a battlesuit called a Warframe, each with its own set of abilities and statistics; and are equipped with three weapons—a primary weapon (such as a rifle or shotgun), a secondary weapon (usually a pistol), and a melee weapon (like a longsword). Players earn Affinity (experience points) for killing enemies and completing challenges and missions, which allows them to level up their weapons and armor. Warframes and weaponry have access to modifications, or "mods", that can be installed, removed and upgraded before and after missions; the higher the Affinity rank of any one piece of equipment, the more mods it can accommodate. The camera is positioned over the shoulder for third-person shooting. The player can jump, sprint, slide, and roll, as well as combine techniques to quickly move throughout the level and avoid enemy fire. The game also allows players to utilize parkour techniques to evade enemies, bypass obstacles or gain access to secret areas. Maps are generated procedurally; with prebuilt rooms connected together so that no levels have the same layout. At times, the enemy faction can initiate a lockdown of the area, forcing players to hack security terminals by completing a puzzle minigame within a small time limit. Credits, ammo, resources, and mods can be found in set locations, such as lockers and destructible containers, as well as dropped by enemies. New weapons, Warframes, and equipment can be purchased in the market (either the items themselves or their blueprints), using either Credits earned in-game, or Platinum purchased via microtransaction. Blueprints can be constructed using resources found during gameplay. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oLnBiBmo48 This game is available on PS4 and as a FREE Download on STEAM for PC. This is personally one of the best FPS games I've ever played. Credits: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warframe
Recently announced to be going into a closed alpha sometime soon, Chroma is a free to play "Musical FPS" made by a collaboration between the developers of Rock Band and CS:GO. Sniper shots do more damage, rockets change direction and grenades explode on the beat, and major drops or tone shifts in the track can change the level geometry "raising sniper towers, adding cover, and more in sync with the music." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QZhsTRk-ic The concept seems really interesting so if this is done right it has the potential to be cool. http://www.playchroma.com - can sign up for the alpha here. http://kotaku.com/the-creators-of-rock-band-are-making-a-musical-first-p-1524418992? - bit more information.
So it doesn't look like anyone has posted this yet (and I couldn't find an existing Farcry 3 thread to put it in). Coming out in under a month. It's Farcry set in the post apocalyptic future envisioned by terrible amazing 1980's action films. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/0dofacvjRkc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> The apocalypse has had an apocalypse. I get such a boner. Check out some opening gameplay in the video below. You can see it's effectively just a re-skinned Farcry 3. Considering how fucking good Farcry 3's gameplay is this should be great. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/jZUueizrR0A" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>