Video: Resistance 3 PS3 Multiplayer Reveal: Alice Springs
Insomniac Games Senior Community Manager James Stevenson has shared a peek at some Resistance 3 PS3 multiplayer Alice Springs video footage below today for fans!
To quote: If you've been following Resistance 3 coverage over the last few months, one of the cool features of our game is that many of our main multiplayer maps take place outside of the United States (where the single-player campaign focuses on Joseph Capelli's harrowing journey from Haven, Oklahoma to New York City).
In the multiplayer beta, you will find the Trainyard map, set in sunny Bogota, Colombia, as well as the Seaside map set in Glamorgan, Wales, UK. Earlier this year, we revealed the Prison MP map, which is set in Fort Lamy, Republic of Chad in Africa.
Today we're revealing the fourth of our major 16-player maps for Resistance 3. This map brings the fight to the Australian Outback, as the Main Street of Alice Springs, Australia is our latest MP map. Situated in the Northern Territory of Australia, Alice Springs is a sun-baked, dusty, desert town in Australia.
The land down under has always had an interesting place in the lore of [Register or Login to view links], being the site of a gigantic refugee camp called Avalon One, and for years remaining a safe Haven even as Europe fell.
Unfortunately, the enormous amount of refugees strained food supplies, and Civil War erupted in 1952. Eventually, as with everywhere else on the planet, the Chimera arrived. Now the remnants of civilization on the continent fight back in one of the most inhospitable climates to the Chimeran menace.
The Alice Springs map is one of my favorite maps for its small town feel, with many small interiors perfect for close-quarters combat. Want to see it in action? Check out the video below:
The Resistance is continuing worldwide, with humanity fighting back for survival on every continent. We're looking forward to you getting to check out the Main Street, Alice Springs MP map in [Register or Login to view links] when it launches in Australia and New Zealand on 8 September.