For a few hours, Dr. Disrespect your video game online. It’s called “Deaddrop” and is described as a vertical shooter.
Last December, world-renowned streamer Dr. Disrespect your own development studio. it is called midnight society and focuses on PvP-based shooter projects.
As the NFT, the Midnight Society has created 10,000 tickets since its inception, which were offered for 50 euros each. In fact, the crowd was much larger, with around 500,000 people. So the 10,000 tickets offered quickly sold out. All ticket holders can call themselves founders who can participate in the development of the first project. Among other things, they are allowed to give feedback and participate in tests.
Tomorrow Friday Dr. Disrespect finally invites all the founders to Los Angeles. There, the streamer star personally congratulated each guest. Two hours after that ended, his team began sharing details about the shooter.
The name of the project is now known: “dedropBehind it is a vertically aligned first-person shooter. Or to put it more accurately: a “vertical extraction shooter”. According to the development team, a game like this never happened.
playable trial version for installer
A trial version is now available for all installers to download. Shown is the lobby where players stay until the start of a round. So shooting should not be watched, but training in a shooting range and some interaction with the environment.
This game is in very early stage of development right now. Nevertheless, the team wanted to take a look at the gameplay now in order to collect feedback as soon as possible.
The developers are well aware that such short development time gameplay scenes can lead to negative reactions. However, they are happy to acknowledge it to involve the founders in the development process.
The first gameplay of “Deaddrop”:
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