The Afflicted is a 3rd person shooter that pits 3 teams against each other in struggle for resources and power within a crumbling society. The Afflicted was developed from the beginning around the concept of player control. First glances might give the impression of a typical third person shooter, but a few concepts set it apart. It’s a game of cooperative team-building. Players are scored on the collection of resources that allow them to shape the growth of their team. A vital element of success is the creation of structures and barricades that can be placed at the whims of the players. A free-form movement system allows for creative navigation and evasion. The goal is to provide a refined, current-generation shooter that still manages to implement the kinds of choices that bring players back for more.

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JopperX9 Dec 10 2011, 5:58am says:

That looks awesome!

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TristanParrish Dec 11 2011, 9:41am replied:

Thanks! We're continually improving things. Glad to see you like where it is so far!

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adfjkndjklnhdfs Dec 11 2011, 7:13pm says:

One thing I was just thinking about was the characters. I was thinking maybe you could add a character customization thing to the game, or maybe do something like Counter Strike Source where there multiple characters to choose from.

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TristanParrish Dec 11 2011, 8:09pm replied:

I agree! That's scheduled for our development. Right now, we're shooting for more of the Counter-Strike system. For the demo, we're probably only going to have one character per team, but we plan on having at least 3 each by the time we go into a full release!

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