A fast paced PvP multiplayer shooter.
Ballistic Overkill is a first person shooter made by Aquiris Game Studio. It’s insane, fast paced, and action packed in a way that’s fun, and tactical. Easy pick up and play, no complicated setups or rules: it’s kill or be killed! With over 80 weapons ingame, there’s ever a new way to kill your enemies in Ballistic. But even better, all weapons have droppable skins that you can trade and/or sell through the Steam Market system. Every couple of months, the drop Season changes, allowing players to drop different skins and seek different accessories. Select one of 7 classes, each with their own skills and weapons. Make multiple loadouts with each, creating different builds within the same character. No wimpy support classes, in Ballistic everyone is a killer! From parks, to malls, to abandoned hospitals and factories, Ballistic covers a wide variety of locations in its 10 maps. Some are large and some are small, but all of them have personality and something that makes it unique.
Release Date: 28 March, 2017
Developer: Aquiris Game Studio
Publisher: Aquiris Game Studio
Genre: Action, Indie, Shooting
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 10
- From parks, to malls, to abandoned hospitals and factories, Ballistic covers a wide variety of locations in its 10 maps.
- With over 80 weapons ingame, there’s ever a new way to kill your enemies in Ballistic.
- 5 different item rarities: common, advanced, special, elite and legendary.
- Select one of 7 classes, each with their own skills and weapons.
- Collect skins to gain access to special season based accessories.
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Ballistic Overkill Review
Ballistic Overkill is very nice FPS with a large variety of maps and weapons to choose from. The game is like 'Call of Duty Black ops 3' had a baby with 'Overwatch' and produced something better than Call of Duty. The graphics are pretty good and gameplay is also really enjoyable and fast-paced. The multiplayer servers are very good and there are servers for every location. The mechanics of the game are fluid and polished, haven't seen a early access game run this smoothly ever. It is a nice thing to have different classes for each weapon. It is more challenging to get used to a new never played class but you get used to it. Each class has a role, but there's no stopping a bit of overlapping. For instance, multiple classes use submachine guns, shotguns, etc. Definitely recommended, needs a bigger player-base and a few more features; but in its current state it is very solid.