Team17 Future Games Show Summer Showreel
GameOn Magazine|Issue 142 - August 2021
Whats in the pipeline for Team17? Andrew found out
Andrew Duncan

During the Future Game Show 2021, Team17 showed off a bunch of their games that are coming soon, or have just released. It included release dates and newly announced platforms for several titles:

Hell Let Loose, the first-person 50v50 World War II shooter, is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox X|S later this year. But it's leaving Steam Early Access, and adding Russians and two new maps, on the 27th of July 2021.

Super Magbot, the puzzle platformer with magnets, is coming to PC and Nintendo Switch on the 22nd of June.

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