Co-Creator Of Halo Reveals Disintegration And It Looks Generic

Marcus Lehto Has worked with Microsoft to bring the Halo series of games under Bungie. Lehto also worked with Activision to bring gamers the Destiny franchise, and now he’s working with V1Interactive and Private Division (a subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive) to bring gamers a generic-looking FPS action-adventure game: Disintegration.

If you don’t know, Lehto has worked on games such as Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo: Reach, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and Destiny. Well, if you are looking for a game that fills the role of a generic first-person shooter, then look no further since Disintegration has you covered.

The gist of the game is piloting this heavily armed thing named a “Gravcycle” and commanding AI helpers to take on enemies units through the game’s single-player campaign. Disintegration also features a PvP mode where you can go up against other pilots and their crew. Moreover, here’s the game’s official description and reveal trailer:

“Pilot a heavily armed Gravcycle in Disintegration, a new sci-fi first-person shooter unlike any other. Command your troops on the ground as you battle through a thrilling single-player campaign, and compete in frenetic PvP multiplayer against other pilots and their crews.”

Given the focus on the “I don’t need no man” female robot, I’m assuming Disintegration’s slogan “reboot humanity” is referencing to some SJW rhetoric or that diabolical space called Resetera. Whatever it may be, the game is coming out in current year so it’s not improbable for this FPS title to release with such nonsense.

As for the game itself, the trailer barely shows actual in-game footage, and when it does come around, Disintegration looks generic at best.

If, however, you want to assume the role of Romer Shoal and command a small integrated resistance group grasping onto fading memories of their human selves whilst fending off the domineering Rayonne forces, then you can look to do so across PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One sometime in 2020 according to disintegrationgame.com.

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