IMPRESSIONS: Mirage: Arcane Warfare

Saturday, May 7th, 2016

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I know some of you are busy this weekend checking out the Overwatch beta from Activision Blizzard, but there’s another game we took a look at during PAX East we thought we should bring to your attention. From Torn Banner Studios, the team behind Chivalry: Medieval Warfare, comes Mirage: Arcane Warfare, a team-based first person shooter with an Arabian fantasy flair with some crazy over-the-top violence. I had a chance to play a few matches of the game as the Vypress, an assassin-like class who isn’t built for head on confrontations, but is highly evasive and can deliver swift kills with her blades if played properly. Mirage’s combat felt rock solid to me, it was easy to learn as a complete newbie and delivering killing blows is highly satisfying. You can expect similar game modes to other well known FPS games, but with a higher degree of control than most. Take a look at the PAX East gameplay footage¬†and screenshots below and let us know what you think!

Mirage: Arcane Warfare is expected to release on Steam sometime in 2016, and Torn Banner Studios is aiming for a $29.99 price point.



PAX East 2016 Gameplay

About Joe Sigadel

Joe is the reporting manager for oprainfall, he is also a broadcaster on Twitch and loves showing off many of the games we report about on his channel. He has also been known to defended Senran Kagura from those who only want to accept it at face value.