Hawken is a mech based video game coming out soon along with a new web series. Here is even more in a different form. Follow the story. Check out the preview in the gallery below.
Hawken is an action-packed, fast-paced, free-to-play, mech-based, multiplayer first-person shooter, set in a visually-rich future setting destroyed by corporate greed.
Developed using Unreal Engine 3, Hawken looks fantastic, putting players in the cockpits of lethal mechs, each with their own weapons, loadouts, and perks. Through kills and match victories, players will rank up and unlock new items for their mechs, opening up new tactical opportunities and new play styles. Being a free-to-play title, players also have the option of speeding progress along through the use of real money transactions, though these do not grant additional power or a competitive edge over players who progress through exclusively through the use of experience.
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Meteor Entertainment announces the closed beta dates for HAWKEN. HAWKEN is the free-to-play, first-person mech shooter developed by Adhesive Games. The game enters its initial closed beta on October 26th until the 29th.
“The team has worked tirelessly to launch closed beta. Thanks to the awesome community, we learned a great deal from the Alpha 2 feedback,” said Khang Le, Creative Director and Co-founder of Adhesive Games. Le goes on to exclaim, ”We’re super excited about opening the gate and having a larger fan base playing HAWKEN for the very first time! I can’t wait to see how the general audience receives the game and all the crazy tactics they come up to dominate on the HAWKEN battlefield.”
We have thousands of programs on hundreds of channels to watch and still we find ourselves sometimes saying how there is nothing on. Well, make your way to your computer and take a look at some new possibilities. Many filmmakers are creating short form web series programs in a number of different styles that may not have made it on cable or normal networks. They allow for more creative freedom and lower budgets while still providing episodic story telling along with the ability to dip into higher concepts and things that network executives might frown upon. One of these news web series shows is H+.
H+ has been a labor of love for Bryan Singer for years and is finally getting its chance to shine via web distribution. It’s synopsis is this:
H+ The Digital Series takes viewers on a journey into an apocalyptic future where technology has begun to spiral out of control… a future where the world’s population has retired its cell phones and laptops in favor of a stunning new device by Hplus Nano Teoranta, an innovative technology company that has found a way to connect the Internet to the human mind 24 hours a day.