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New FPS From Halo Co-Creator Launches Multiplayer Beta This Week, Here's How To Sign Up

Disintegration comes to life later this month.


Disintegration, the new FPS from Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto and his indie studio V1 Interactive, will launch its first multiplayer beta on January 28 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

This first test is a closed beta, so you will need to be chosen to participate. You can sign up for a chance to get into the beta here on the Disintegration website. An open beta will follow later.

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The Disintegration beta will feature two modes and maps, as well as seven different "Crews," which are different character roles featuring unique loadouts. The main hook of Disintegration's multiplayer is its "Gravcycles," which enable you to hover above the battlefield. While you're shooting enemies mid-air, you're also controlling ground units.

Disintegration Beta Details

Closed Beta

  • Tuesday | Jan 28, 2020 | 8am PT-11:59pm PT
  • Wednesday | Jan 29, 2020 | 8am PT-11:59pm PT

Open Beta

January 31 - February 1

Check out the gameplay video above to get a closer look at at Disintegration's multiplayer gameplay. The game also has a single-player campaign.

Joining Lehto at V1 Interactive is SOCOM director and co-creator Mike Gutmann. The studio is relatively small, as it describes itself as an indie outfit comprised of around 30 developers.

Disintegration is published by Private Division, the independent games label run by Grand Theft Auto parent company Take-Two. Private Division also published Obsidian's The Outer Worlds and Assassin's Creed creator Patrice Desilets' new game, Ancestors.

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