KEO – Early Access Available For This Multiplayer Car Combat Game!

The car combat genre hasn’t been firing on all cylinders since the heyday of Twisted Metal, but Keo has the potential to rekindle that stuttering engine. Team-based gameplay pits players against one another in 3v3 matches as they wreak havoc on post-apocalyptic battlefields while sitting in the driver’s seat of absurdly armed vehicles.

Since July, the game has been available for play in open beta tests, but it will be made available for purchase in full Early Access later this month.

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KEO Gameplay

Players can choose from six different vehicles (dubbed RCVs) and 24 different weapons, with more vehicles and weapons being added throughout the game’s Early Access phase. RCVs are classified as either attack, defense, or utility vehicles, and they can be equipped with a variety of different combinations of speed, armor, and other characteristics.

Each vehicle is equipped with one primary weapon and four swappable weapons, two of which are located in the front and two in the rear. By accumulating currency, you will be able to purchase new loadouts as well as cosmetics to customize your death machine’s appearance.

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Keo has two game modes available at the moment: Deathmatch and Domination. Deathmatch is exactly what it sounds like, with players gaining points by destroying the opposing team’s equipment and personnel.

Domination, on the other hand, assigns players the task of capturing outposts. During Early Access, players will be able to enjoy new maps, an unspecified new game mode, and features such as ranked matchmaking, match spectating, and ultra-widescreen support, among other things.

KEO Trailer

KEO Price & Availability

The price of Keo will be $19.99 when it is made available for purchase on September 23. In order to keep the game in Early Access for the remainder of the year, the developer Redcatpig Studio has scheduled a full launch for sometime in early 2022. So far, it has only been confirmed for the PC platform, with no word on a console release.

So, car combat enthusiasts, what are your thoughts on Keo? Does it appear to be a viable option for scratching that Twisted Metal itch? Please share your thoughts in the comments section!

Final Words

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