For those pre-0rdering the game, there’s also a few extras, as is standard these days, so check them out below and see if they can tempt you to pay before you play. Weird concept, I know…
- Four Hyperion Prototype Agent Armor Skins—Upgrade your agents’ look with four special, state-of-the-art armor skins discovered inside the top-secret Hyperion Base
- Four Hyperion Prototype Weapon Skins—Customize your Fuse weapons with four skins based on each of the original prototypes developed inside Hyperion Base
- Quickdraw Team Perk—Increase your damage with this team perk adding powerful Fuse elements to all one-handed weapons for all four characters in your squad
If you’re wondering what Fuse is exactly, you’re not alone. Fuse is a third-person shooter with cover mechanics, and that’s about all we know. There’s little in the way of actual gameplay or even a demo to try out. It’s Insomniac Games’ first multiplatform title and it’s being published by EA.
When you look at the fact that there’s very little hype surrounding the game, next to no gameplay videos or demo’s and that EA are the publisher, it’s fair to say we’re not optimistic for this one.
Fuse is set to release for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on May 28th in North America and a couple of days later for the UK and Europe, May 31st
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