Lemnis Gate, a brand-new turn-based team shooter, is coming to consoles and PC later this year with its multi-layered and intricate timeline-based PVP.
During PC Gaming Show at E3, the four-dimensional turn-based shooter game Lemnis Gate was given an August 3 release date.
Each game is divided into five turns, each lasting 25 seconds. Players take turns tackling the same 25 seconds of time, putting objectives in place, using powers, killing opponents, and generally messing with causality.
Players in Lemnis Gate will be able to control one of seven different operators, each with their own set of skills. Area denial will be possible thanks to poisonous weaponry, turret deployment, and kinetic boosters that allow for quick mobility, according to Ratloop Games.
Unlike other competitive shooters, the turn-based nature of Lemnis Gatemeans that games are played out either 1v1 or 2v2. Game modes include Retrieve XM where players “scramble to collect exotic matter”, “Domination, which is about competing to capture zones” and finally “Seek & Destroy, where you attempt to wreck your opponent’s Resistors”.
Lemnis Gate will have an open beta on Steam for PC players soon, although the game will launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, as well as Xbox Game Pass.
It is presently available for pre-order on the game's official website for your preferred platform.