Screencheat, the FPS title requiring you to glance at an opponent’s screen to determine their whereabouts has received a release date on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The date is actually right around the corner, as March 1, 2016 marks the date it will become available on the two systems. Already available on the PC, there has been a plethora of additional content added since then and all of it will be included in the console versions at launch. This includes support for up to eight players, new maps, AI opponents, new weapons, and team variants. The PS4 version will only offer up to four players simultaneously at a local level, but when venturing online, will support all eight people.
When playing online on either system, you will still see every other player’s screen in front of you, providing the same experience you would have locally. As you continue to play, you will unlock additional customization options such as mutators or weapon skins.
To accompany the release date announcement, a new trailer was released for it, highlighting the ridiculous ends some people may go to in order to prevent “screen cheating.”
Screencheat is currently available on the PC, and will be available for download on the Playstation 4 and Xbox One on March 1, 2016.
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