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    Take part in a ten-man battle royale as you fight other players, the elements, and the crowd.
    Battle royales are obviously popular, pitting players against each other in huge battles that span massive arenas. The free-to-play Darwin Project, developed by Scavengers Studio, takes what its predecessors have done right, shrinks things down, and twists the formula a bit. The result is a unique spin on the genre more akin to Hunger Games than Fortnite.
    There's very little story here; it's just you against the other combatants and the elements — the environment plays a much larger role here than simply providing vantage points or cover. You must also face whatever the Director, a potential eleventh player, throws at you. Available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, Darwin Project has a lot going on.

    Source: Scavengers Studio

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    01-20-2020 03:11 PM

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