New footage of Disintegration, an upcoming multiplayer first person shooter that is set in a dystopian future has been released during Gamescom, and there's over 12 minutes of footage showing off the grav-cycle, various control mechanisms and the setting of the game.
The grav-cycle is, as you can imagine from the name, an anti-gravity motorcycle that allows you to hover across the map. The gameplay footage below shows the handling of the vehicles, which look tricky but fun, with inertia playing a big role, appearing to easily swerve around tight corners.
The game heavily focuses on real-time tactical gameplay, with each player having a squad of AI ground forces they can use to aid them reach victory on the battlefield. The player can control where these troops are deployed on the map, and when to use abilities, for example. They'll automatically do things like taking cover and defending themselves, though, which is great, as they don't seem too cumbersome to manage.
The trailer also shows off a lot of the game's setting and lore, which will include a standalone single-player campaign. The game is apparently set in a world where humanity has developed the technology to surgically remove brains from the human body and transpose them into a mechanical one. While it was originally designed as method of surviving climate change and war, it gave rise to a faction known as the Rayonne, who have decided they don't want to return to regular bodies, and instead continue to augment their mechanical ones.
It certainly looks interesting - let us know your thoughts on the trailer in the comments down below.