Extinction first gameplay trailer

Fight against 150 foot-tall ogres.

Extinction

Maximum Games and Iron Galaxy Studios have released the first gameplay trailer for Extinction, their June-announced action game where players fight against 150 foot-tall ogres.

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via Maximum Games:

Only you have the power to save humankind.

They are known as Ravenii – waves of massively destructive ogres wiping out everything in their path: cities and the innocent civilians that inhabit them. As the last trained Sentinel and the only one capable of diffusing the endless hordes of Ravenii, you must use your inherent power to defeat the ogres and their minions before time runs out.

Sprint across rooftops, alongside buildings and through crumbling villages ravaged by the encroaching army, using speed and strategy to save humanity from these immense monsters, each equipped with various types of weapons and armor.

The fate of humankind is in your hands. Extinction is not an option.

Extinction is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in early 2018.

Watch the trailer below. View two new screenshots at the gallery.

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