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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 08:35

Chroma is new project from Harmonix

Written by David Stellmack

New IP is a free-to-play music driven shooter

We know that Harmonix has been working on some new IP. The first actual news of this IP has surfaced as Chroma.

Chroma is a free-to-play music driven shooter that is coming to the PC later this year in conjunction which a partnership with Hidden Path Entertainment. Chroma was developed using the Unreal Engine and music within the game will allow players to alter the music to effect the landscape which will provide the player with new offensive and defensive possibilities.

Harmonix CEO and studio co-founder Alex Rigopulos claims that this has been a “dream project” for some time. An Alpha version will be released in order to evolve the game in conjunction with the community. The closed alpha test will start later this month.

Sign up for the alpha test of Chroma here.



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