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HAWKED Now Available for PC and Consoles

Adventure, exploration, and ancient treasures await with today’s release of HAWKED for PC and consoles.

In this extraction-shooter, HAWKED puts players (dubbed Renegades) into teams that feature up to three players (or solo!) as they seek out Artifacts from the remote X-Isle. In order to get ahead of the game, Renegades must use their unique abilities and builds to overcome puzzles, avoid traps, and exterminate local monsters.

To ensure every HAWKED session is rewarding, players can also extract smaller treasures (dubbed trinkets), leaving with useful currency they can then spend to improve their character.

The HAWKED launch trailer can be seen below:

Launch Trailer | HAWKED

Learn more with the HAWKED developer diary below:

HAWKED Devdocu V6 out now

Executive Producer Andy Duthie had to say the following:

”Whilst making HAWKED, we wanted to create the ultimate treasure hunt. A game that brings that sense of adventure into every game whilst also being approachable and with a laser focus on creating a fun experience in every match. For that we always had consoles in mind from the very beginning. We can’t wait for players to enjoy their hunt together through cross-play and wreak adventuring havoc across X-Isle retrieving artifacts and becoming a legendary treasure hunter.”Andy Duthie

HAWKED is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC for free.

Source: Press Release
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