If you are a massive fan of Battlegrounds yet feel like the game could use fourfold the player count, in that event Mavericks: Proving Grounds might be the game for you.
The real battle royale which is at present in action among several existent as well as upcoming battle royale titles now faces a few freshly added and startling competition: the forthcoming Mavericks: Proving Grounds, which was featured on this year’s PC Gamer’s Electronic Entertainment Expo PC Gaming Show, will present fans with 1,000 concurrent players contending against each other in teams of five.
Slated to release in the summer, the new battle royale title developed by Automaton, an independent games studio based in UK, seems to blend Massively Multiplayer Online features, , dynamic weather and time effects, socialization and those servers as mentioned above, and all the action will take place in the massive 16km * 16km map.
Battle Royale game modes joined the movement with PlayerUnknown’s title Battlegrounds and, subsequently, Epic Games’ critically-acclaimed Fortnite. Ever since, more and more titles have promoted their journeys of this form of play, which includes the latest report by Treyarch that the battle royale mode of Blackout will be featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
Mavericks: Proving Grounds can reach its large player cap by employing few avant-garde cloud-based architectures for its servers. The title seems to have been in production for a substantial period, but details started to surface of Automaton’s ambitious plans at the beginning of this year. Initially, the game’s player cap looked to max out at 400 simultaneous players. Therefore this latest announcement along with the gameplay engine trailer was a massive surprise to Electronic Entertainment Expo viewers.