Hot on the heels of the announcement of Section 8: Prejudice
, the first details surrounding the game are starting to trickle in. According to the latest press release, TimeGate has taken user feedback from the first game and is using it to "drive every single development decision" for the sequel. Prejudice
continues the story of Captain Alex Corde of the 8th Armored Infantry and promises a "lengthier" campaign than its predecessor.
Multiplayer once again features the ability to spawn anywhere on the map, as well as Dynamic Combat Missions
-- objectives that change throughout each multiplayer match. Multiplayer will also include "more than 50 customizable weapons, tools and upgrades." Check out the first screens in the gallery below, plus the trailer after the break.