Tom Clancy’s XDefiant officially announced

Rumored for several days, Ubisoft finally announced today via a streaming event Tom Clancy’s XDefiant. Let’s see the details together

For several days there has been rumors in the internet of a new title based on the Tom Clancy brand. Finally today Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s XDefiant with a short trailer that went streaming today. Confirmed the multiplayer nature and the mix of elements taken from Splinter Cell, Ghost Reckon Breakpoint and The Division. XDefiant looks like an arena fps with a rather refined gunplay and a multiplicity of approaches to gameplay. Let’s analyze all the information revealed.

Tom Clancy’s XDefiant new competitive fps announced

To surprise Ubisoft announced Tom Clancy’s XDefiant, overturning the predictions on the BattleCat name. This trailer with subsequent developer commentary provided a ton of details on the title. To begin with, one of the strengths of the title will be the gunplay. Putting the structural aspects aside, the gunfight seems to be very convincing thanks to the care taken in the fidelity of the weapons and in customization. The mode there will be 5 in total. Three dedicated to the battle arena, another 2 dedicated to a more progressive approach and linear. In this regard, the team seems to have thought of all the players. The title can be played, in fact, with a great variety of approaches to the gameplay. From the most competitive gamers to those who just want to have fun together.

Tom Clancy's XDefiant officially announced

Another central element is the factions. They will be 4 the factions, or classes, available and each of them refers to a Tom Clancy world title. We have the Wolves, directly from Ghost Recon, the Cleaners and Outcasts from The Division and finally the Echelons, from Splinter Cell. Each class will obviously have its own skills specifications for use in battle. Last consideration concerns the customization of your avatar and loadout. In fact, it will be possible to change the latter every time re-enters in game. The release date has not yet been revealed, however the first close tests will start on August 5 for PC users in the United States and Canada.

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