Hawken arrives to Console through PS4 and Xbox One

Written by Louis

June 28, 2016

Adhesive’s free to play Mecha MMO becomes Reloaded as it aims for a release on popular console platforms.


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Indie MMO Mecha Shooter, Hawken, originally developed by Adhesive Studios will be coming to the PS4 and Xbox One platforms earlier next month as a plan to reinvigorate the long forgotten title. Hawken was first released on the Windows PC as a freemium MMO and became a huge hit, especially in the western audience, and even winning 12 of its 20 nominations in E3 2012. Sadly, the game lost most of its playerbase when the developers decided to move the game to Steam back in 2014, and has been struggling to survive since then, with just around an estimated 200 players online as of today according to Steam Charts.

Right now, Hawken will be in the care of Reloaded Studios, after acquiring Adhesive, who now aim to refresh the game for present-day console platforms, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, featuring console optimized gameplay and new content.

Hawken will be available for free on the Xbox One starting July 1st, with the PS4 version to come next on July 8, 2016.

 

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