Hood: Outlaws & Legends ‘Ranger’ trailer

Specialized in taking down foes from a distance.

Hood: Outlaws & Legends

Publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Sumo Digital have released the first in a series of four trailers for Hood: Outlaws & Legends introducing the game’s classes. The first one features the Ranger.

Here is an overview of the game and class, via Focus Home Interactive:

About

Hood: Outlaws & Legends, the multiplayer player-versus-player-versus-enemy heist game from Sumo Digital and Focus Home interactive, introduces in-depth gameplay of one of the four playable classes available at launch. Matchmaking in opposing teams of four, choose your character based on your preferred playstyle, or what best fits your team’s strategy. In this game where cooperation is key, your team’s composition can suit a stealthy long-range approach, a brutal close combat heist or a balanced band of Outlaws prepared for anything.

The Ranger: Snipe and Scout from the Shadows

The Ranger represents a twist on the most well-known figure of the folk hero legend: Robin Hood. Specialized in taking down foes from a distance, the Ranger is a master of the longbow. From covering key areas of the map to pulling off game-winning headshots, the Ranger can turn the tides of battle with deadly efficiency.

Carrying out the perfect heist can require pulling off every trick in the book. Shoot down climbing ropes to allow your teammates to scale castle walls, use your unique gear to blind foes in a flash, use your special ability to tag enemies longer and help your team spot State soldiers and opposing players, or fire off special explosive arrows to unleash destruction in a wide area.

Hood: Outlaws & Legends is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on May 10. Pre-orders include three-day early access starting May 7.

Watch the trailer below.

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