Quantum League now available on Steam Early Access

Quantum League, the time-travelling shooter from Nimble Giant Entertainment, is now available on Steam Early Access. Set in an alternate universe where time travel is not only possible but commonplace, Quantum League is an arena shooter in which players team up with past and future versions of themselves.

Featuring 1v1 and 2v2 matches, players take part in 10-second runs before the loop resets and starts all over again. Previous runs play out again and players are able to create time pardoxes by preventing previous deaths.

It’s a lot to wrap your head around but we’ve previewed it here and interviewed the developers here.

Quantum League

Now that Quantum League is in early access, it’s been updated with a host of new features nd improvements. These include new the all-new Quantum Academy, casual and ranked matches, new maps, night mode and changes to weapons.

Balthazar Auger, Lead Game Designer at Nimble Giant said;

With Quantum League we tried something unique: adding time travel to an online first person shooter. In the game, beating your opponents is all about thinking one step ahead, utilizing your time-clones with keen strategies in fast dynamic competitive matches. It’s going to be interesting to see how players adapt to going back in time to try and influence the future outcome.

For the first week it’s in Steam Early Access, players can purchase Quantum League with a 15% discount. Check it out on Steam here.

Quantum League will launch for PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One.

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