Odyssey Interactive today unveiled a new game that aims to act as a cross-platform 3v3 attacker for the next generation of gamers. The game, known as Omega Strikers, was created by former Riot Games officials who worked on games such as League of Legends and Teamfight Tactics, and it will be available on PC, consoles and even mobile devices. .
Below you can see the trailer for the game, which should give you an idea of what Omega Strikers looks like:
Omega Strikers is Odyssey Interactive’s debut title, and it’s a free-to-play 3v3 knockout striker game that would be an innovative blend of the best parts of modern competitive multiplayer games, weaving goal-oriented, physical fun and knockouts, and character depth and mastery into fast-paced matches.
The game features a wild and ever-growing cast of diverse and dynamic characters known as Strikers. Omega Strikers will launch with 10 different Strikers at the start, each with their unique personality and set of abilities they can use to smash their opponents out of the arena, control the core, and score goals.
Each of the Strikers can be unlocked through normal gameplay. However, you can also choose to purchase them through the in-game store. Omega Strikers will be updated every two weeks to continue evolving its gameplay experience and adding new Strikers, additional arenas, fresh skins, unlocks and more ways to compete.
Omega Strikers matches are played 3v3. The main objective is to score at least 5 goals before the other team. Players who work together and adapt to their opponent’s strategy and instant chaos will become the winners. As you’d expect from a game like this, you can queue up for solo matches or with a group of friends to compete against other players in ranked, unranked, or custom game modes. .
The game will now have a closed beta for Steam users. Check out the game’s Twitter account if you want to see how you can join. However, the game will also be available on mobile devices later this year and on all major consoles in 2023. The game will support all platforms when it launches on these devices, so expect to see players from different platforms in the future.