The Future, Tencent’s sci-fi shooter title opens pre-registrations in China

Counter War: The Future, or Reverse War: The Future (Nizhan Future) is Tencent Games’ upcoming sci-fi shooter title that has now opened pre-registrations in China. Under the development of TiMi Studios, the game takes you on a futuristic adventure with multiple game modes on offer.

Set in 2071, intense action awaits with Counter War: The Future

From the translations it was hard to get the correct overview of the title, but from what is clear, Counter War: The Future will be a futuristic sci-fi mecha PVE shooter whose environment is set in the year 2071. This serves as a sequel to the 2017 release Assault Fire/Counter War (Nizhan). The game will feature various gameplay modes like exploration, dungeon challenges, mecha battles, hunting, and tower defense.

Counter War The Future gameplay
Image via Tencent Games

Here, we take on the role of a time-travelling hero, exploring the open world, teaming up to conquer dungeons, and using advanced weapons and skills to defeat monsters. Players can engage in thrilling aerial and ground combat, pilot giant mechas, and even experience space exploration. While writing this, I can say that I’m genuinely excited about this game.

The visuals are stunning, immersing you in the world of 2071 within just a three-minute trailer. I notice it has some inspiration from Destiny 2 since I have played the game. The colour palette is captivating and adds to the overall experience. From what I’ve seen, overall, it promises to be an action-packed sci-fi adventure, allowing players to live out their futuristic combat fantasies and embark on cosmic exploration.

Counter War: The Future will be having multiple rounds of testing this year

With Counter War: The Future pre-registrations now open, you can sign up for the same on the Haoyou Kuaidao app store. Simply scan the QR code via the App Client to complete the process, after which wait for updates as it is anticipated to commence multiple rounds of testing in 2024.

While there are no specifics regarding a global release yet, I believe it’s very likely that Tencent will aim to provide a global experience for such a high-scale game. The fact that it will be available on both mobile and PC platforms means fans will have even more ways to enjoy it. Crossplay might be a thing with this, but there isn’t a mention of the same for now.

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