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Gunscape now available to download on Xbox One

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Gunscape has arrived on the Xbox One Games Store promising a world of creating, sharing and absolute blasting!

Available now for £15.99, Gunscape allows you to create and share your own maps, play the very best configurations decided by those from around the world and then battle it out in the single player, co-op campaigns or multiplayer arenas to your hearts content.

With a number of themes in place, the maps which you create will no doubt be filled with various player models, enemies, big bosses, traps and more. The limit is your own imagination!

If you fancy going deep with your next FPS, then perhaps Gunscape is the one for you.

Game Description:

Gunscape is an FPS world-building hybrid in which gamers create, share and enjoy their own maps; in addition players can discover and play maps created by others. Inspired by classic shooters, Gunscape takes all their most memorable elements and puts them in a toolkit to create single player and co-op campaigns or multiplayer arenas. Don’t like building stuff? Then just blast your way through hordes of monsters or duel with other players online or split-screen! Maps can also be shared, played and voted on by the whole world, so you’ll always have new levels at your fingertips! World Building The game is organised into themes taken from the entire genre of FPS games, from the early classics to the modern triple-A stealth and war shooters. Each theme set contains unique world building blocks, player models, enemies (and bosses!), music tracks, skyboxes, special level elements (like traps and teleporters) and–of course–GUNS. Assets from different sets are meant to be combined freely when building your worlds and the selection of content contained in each one has been carefully selected and planned out to avoid redundancy and to represent the truly iconic parts of the game it was inspired by. It’s important that anybody should be able to build their own maps. In the days of Doom and Build engine games, map editors were simple enough that it didn’t take long to learn how to create a whole new adventure for the player. The truly skilled could create impressive feats of architecture, but the rest of us could still create enjoyable challenges thanks to tightly-designed game engines that focused on making the core gameplay pure fun. In a game like that it doesn’t matter how many times you test and tweak the layout to make your map the best it can be, or how abstract the map becomes as a result. This is the driving philosophy behind Gunscape. Map Sharing Gunscape has a server to share your creations and the game has a built in map browser with filtering and voting system, so that anybody can have full access to every public player-created map, regardless of which theme packs were used to make them. Game Features – Solo, split-screen and online co-operative multiplayer map creation! Build maps at your own pace or invite friends to help out! Jump in and out of action mode while editing to test your map on the fly or just to blast one another. – Campaign mode: play or build a sequence or branching tree of maps with or without a story. Build a whole self-contained adventure or a gauntlet of fearsome challenges. – Co-op mode: invite one or more friends to tackle a dedicated co-op map with you or take a single-player map and crank up the difficulty. – Multiplayer arenas: build a map with multiple spawn points and power-ups and invite your friends or host a public match for some brutal online action using one of many multiplayer modes. – Global and persistent map sharing: anyone can play the maps you share.

The Xbox One Games Store holds the key to your creations!

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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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