Tactical shooter 'Rogue Company' launches on Xbox One and PC

Rogue Company
Rogue Company (Image credit: Hi-Rez Studios)

Today, Hi-Rez Studios — the team behind titles like Smite — released Rogue Company on Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. The game is currently in beta state and cross-play and cross-progression are available between the platforms. Keep in mind that PC players will have to go through the Epic Games Store to download the title.

Rogue Company is a stylish third-person shooter that reminds us a lot of games like Fortnite and even LawBreakers. If you're a fan of Hi-Rez Studios' past experiences, you should check this one out.

Rogue Company is the third-person tactical action shooter that puts the fate of the world in your hands. Suit up as one of the elite agents of Rogue Company, each with their own individual set of skills, and go to war in a variety of different game modes.

Rogue Company is available to purchase today in three different versions. You can take a look at them below.

  • Rogue Company: Starter Founder's Pack for $15
  • Rogue Company: Standard Founder's Pack for $30
  • Rogue Company: Ultimate Founder's Pack for $60

All of the Founder's Packs give players access to the following.

  • Early access to Rogue Company
  • Six core Rogues to choose from named Dima, Dallas, Ronin, Anvil, Trench, and Saint
  • Two bonus Founder's Pack Rogues called Phantom and Chaac
  • Rare Founder spray
  • Epic Superstar Dance emote
  • Rare Speed Demon Ronin outfit
  • Epic Solar Flare Weapon wrap

According to Hi-Zen Studios, the Ultimate Founder's Pack gives players more exclusive outfits, emotes, sprays, and 1,500 Rogue Bucks to spend in game.

The game is Xbox One X Enhanced and appears to be running at 60 frames per second (FPS) at 4K resolution. It's a crisp experience. Luckily, the title is 60 FPS on all platforms so if you want to play it on PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch, you won't have to compromise on 60 FPS rendering.

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