This shooter combination of Halo and Portal brings together more than 60,000 players on PC every day at its peak.
If you are fans of action-shooter video games sand may already sound familiar to you Splitgate. This curious combination of Halo and Portal was originally released on PC several years ago, although it has not been until now, and with the premiere of the FPS on PS4 and Xbox One, that its number of players has skyrocketed, saturating its servers. But its creators want more and are already thinking about PS5 and Xbox Series X | S.
In a new round of Q&A with fans on Twitch collected by Gaming Intel, 1047 Games claims to have between your plans Bring Splitgate to PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. In fact the idea was to do it as soon as possible. The problem? The development team is currently focusing all its efforts on improving the video game servers, which until a few days ago had long lines to get in.
1047 Games has also explained in the talk that they have some ideas seen in other games that they want to explore for adaptation to PS5 and Xbox Series X | S, something translated from Gaming Intel as a desire for power run the shooter at 120 FPS on consoles. Considering the frenzy of their games, it is a suitable target.
While the moment of its landing on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S arrives, Splitgate manages to gather 60,000 users every day at its highest point on Steam alone, when just two months ago it barely gathered half a thousand players at its peak.
Splitgate is presented in stores as a free-to-play multiplayer shooter, with a science fiction theme, based on the creation of portals, a mechanic that gives rise to dizzying multidimensional team games of 5v5 maximum, being available several maps of different decorations and different game modes.
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