First Filipino FPS Project Xandata Early Access Release Date Revealed

VirtualSEA has been hot on the heels with news of Secret 6’s multiplayer shooter, Project Xandata.

With the conclusion of its Open Beta period last November 28, Project Xandata is also announcing its official Early Access release date: January 26, 2022.

Players of the Open Beta will have their in-game progress and rewards intact when switching over to the Early Access version of the game.

Project Xandata is the first Filipino-developed first-person shooter game. This historic project is created and published by Secret 6, a game studio that has worked on various triple-A titles, most recently EA’s Battlefield 2042, CD Project Red’s Cyberpunk 2077, and Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us Part II.

Project Xandata features fast-paced multiplayer gameplay with extensive customization. Players can pick and perfect their builds with various classes, weapons, and Magitech abilities, making each 3v3 experience different with diverse maps and game modes. The game also features a futuristic aesthetic with nods to Filipino culture.

Secret 6 revealed 3 classes, 4 game modes, 5 maps, and 9 weapons that will be available on launch:

Classes:

  • Agent
  • Marksman
  • Juggernaut

Game Modes:

  • Skirmish
  • Corruption
  • Overcharge
  • Free for All (New)

Maps:

  • Aruum Station
  • Site Agalon
  • High Siludlan
  • Sundown Forge
  • Wellspring Biotech (New)

Weapons:

  • Amorsolo (Precision Pistol)
  • Askal (Submachine Gun)
  • Ironbark (Marksman Rifle)
  • Splinter (Burst Rifle)
  • Favorhouse CC (Sniper Rifle)
  • Guillotine-97 (Pump Action Shotgun)
  • Debt Unpaid (Precision Assault Rifle)
  • Birang (Buster Pistol)
  • Haribon (Rocket Launcher)

Additional features are in the works for the brand new live-service game.

To learn more and get the latest game updates, you can follow Project Xandata on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.

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