Deathgarden is an “asymmetrical multiplayer action game” for PC, first screenshots

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Deathgarden

Behaviour Digital’s recently teased Deathgarden is an “asymmetrical multiplayer action game” coming to PC, the studio announced.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Behaviour Digital:

Set in the near future, Deathgarden revolves around a spectacular real blood sport that is the most popular entertainment on the planet, where powerful Hunters prey on agile Runners.

In Deathgarden, Players choose to team up as agile Runners or to embody the Hunter, a heavily armed champion whose mission is to kill the runners, preventing them from escaping The Garden- an arena that is different every time.

In a press release, Behaviour Digital vice president of product David Osborne said, “We are proud to finally reveal our next game, Deathgarden. We embrace the challenge of asymmetrical gameplay and the unique moments it provides, drawing players and viewers into the experience. Playing with your team to overcome an unrelenting threat hell-bent on stopping you isn’t just fun to play, it’s really engaging to watch.”

Users can sign up for the PC closed alpha program at the game’s official website.

View the first screenshots at the gallery.

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