Portal Shooter 'Splitgate' Launches Season 0, A Bigger, Better Beta
With the announcement that the first season of SplitGates will bring new cards, battle pass rewards, new game modes and customizations to the gameplay. Today, Gamescom unveiled new Season 0 content in a trailer, including maps, a fan-friendly game mode, and more. In addition to a new map, SplitGate has confirmed that a brand new game mode will be available.
SplitGate is a free-to-play multiplayer shooter that offers both leisure and competition modes with over 20 maps in different settings and game styles. SplitGates Open Beta for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S. Since its launch on consoles earlier this month, the game has seen over 2 million new players.
Developer 1047 Games extended its open beta for Splitgate until August. Splitgate is a sci-fi first person shooter between Halo and Portal. It is due to hit on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Serie X / S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in July. The studio also plans to release version 1.0 of the game tomorrow, July 27.
At Gamescom 2021, SplitGate has been given a content window to present its upcoming first season of online madness. SplitGates Season 0 kicked off just minutes after a new trailer was unveiled at Gamescom.
The official launch of splitGates on July 27 will include three brand new strike lines, a new showdown mode, dozens of new skins, new loadings and more. It will also include new content for crosssplay between PC, PlayStation and Xbox consoles of all genres. The studio also announced that it will expand its flagship game this summer, for which it received $6.5 million in funding.
After more than 10 hours in the Splitgate beta last year it is easy to see why the game is gaining popularity. Currently it's upcoming free-to-play multiplayer shooter, Splitgate, is in an open beta stage and is exploding in popularity, attracting the attention of sports teams and Twitch streamers alike. After spending more than 10 hours with the previous version of the game, it was easier to see how the game went down.
Splitgate, an FPS that combines the best of classic quake multiplayer with Portal multiplayer, reached an astonishing 10 million downloads last month during its open beta and is now on its way to the recently unveiled consoles across platforms. Splitgate, an FPS that mixes the best of traditional quake with Portal multiplayer, has reached an astonishing 10 million downloads in its last month as Open Betas as it approaches next-gen consoles. After the first start of Splitgates, the momentum waned, players disappeared dead into the game and comments began to creep in