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Disintegration gets confirmed June 2020 Xbox One, PS4 and PC launch

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It was announced back in 2019, and earlier this year we went hands-on with a beta test. Today though things start to get real as the full release date for Disintegration on Xbox One, PS4 and PC is confirmed.

Coming from Private Division and V1 Interactive, Disintegration will be launching on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come June 16th 2020 – and it is on that date where you’ll get the chance to hop behind the wheel of a heavily-weaponized Gravcycle as you fight to save the remnants of humanity.

Working as a sci-fi first-person shooter Disintegration on Xbox One, PS4 and PC will come with a £39.99 price tag attached, but for that money you can expand a whole new world of goodness as the team at V1 Interactive – headed up by Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto – deliver us an experience like no other.

Disintegration will blend real-time tactical elements to create an entirely new experience. Set in a world ripped apart by famine, scarce resources, and the planet on the brink of destruction, humanity has developed a process to survive its harsh reality known as Integration, in which a human brain is transferred to a robotic armature. From the ensuing chaos, an aggressive, militaristic legion, known as the Rayonne, gain control and begins to impose the once optional process of Integration onto the rest of humanity to consolidate their power.

It is here where we come in and by commanding Romer Shoal, an incredibly-skilled Gravcycle pilot, who leads a small band of outlaws to fight back against an overwhelming Rayonne force, we’ll get to take in a thrilling single-player campaign. Controlling a Gravcycle loaded with weaponry isn’t for the faint hearted though and by leading Romer and his team across a series of diverse missions packed with action, explosions, and plot twists, to beat back the Rayonne forces and give the last vestiges of humanity hope to prevail, Disintegration players will find huge opportunity.

If you want to build the hype for Disintegration even more, make sure you take in the brand new story trailer below.

“I’ve always been a gameplay-driven storyteller, and with Disintegration, I wanted to create a compelling narrative built around mechanics that haven’t been done before,” said Marcus Lehto, President and Game Director at V1 Interactive. “It’s in my DNA to create memorable characters and rich worlds that go beyond a standard FPS experience. I’m so excited that players get to be a part of it soon.”

In addition to the full single-player campaign, Disintegration will also features frenetic PVP multiplayer where pilots and their crews compete in three game modes and six distinct maps. Players can select from nine highly-stylized “Crews” which lend themselves to different playstyles.

“The gameplay mechanics and exciting lore from the campaign are cranked up a few notches in Disintegration’s competitive multiplayer, and it’s an absolute blast,” said Kari Toyama, Lead Producer at Private Division. “The team at V1 Interactive are putting a ton of fun and personality into the multiplayer through the different Crews, each of which have their own look and approach to combat.”

You may then be tempted to pre-order the game too. Doing so will ensure you receive bonus cosmetic digital content for the multiplayer gameplay, including a unique Lost Ronin Midnight crew skin, Flex emote, Disintegration Medal Gravcycle attachment, and platform-exclusive animated player banners. Pre-orders for Disintegration are available now for Xbox One and PC via Steam with a £39.99 price tag attached.

We’ll be back to remind you to fire up Disintegration as that June 16th 2020 launch on Xbox One, PS4 and PC takes hold. But in the meantime, hit us up in the comments.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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