Reloaded Productions wants to to take the concepts from its free-to-play game, All Points Bulletin (ABP): Reloaded and turn it into a free-running, fast-moving, shoot-and-slash first-person shooter called APB: Vendetta. Now they're on Kickstarter, hoping you'll want to shoot dudes while running on walls and diving through windows.
We always like seeing new and interesting games pop up on Kickstarter, and this one definitely seems like one that would catch shooter enthusiasts' attention.
In its 15-second summary, Reloaded Productions describes the game as, "a character-driven extreme mobility competitive shooter, inspired by the APB Reloaded universe, built on an entirely new high-agility game system featuring; extreme movement mechanics, melee combat, dual wield weapons, character-specific finishing moves, a fighting-game ethos, customizable private servers, modding tools and an upgraded game engine using the latest (2013) version of Unreal3."
It will be a buy-to-play game in which players will have access to everything upon purchase, with the option to rent servers monthly for modding purposes. You can even link up your old APB: Reloaded account with Vendetta and share the Premium Account Status between the two of them.
As of this writing, they've raised $6,000 out of their $300,000 goal. They still have 34 days to go, so it will be interesting to see how much support this game will receive. Watch their intro video below and let us know if you'd want to play a high-octane "extreme agility shoot-and-slash FPS" like this. If so, visit their Kickstarter page here!