Rogue Company was released on July 20, 2021 by Hi-Rez Studio. The game was developed by First Watch Games. Rog Company is a third person tactical shooter.
Join 20+ million players in Rogue Company, the ultimate third-person tactical action shooter! Become an agent of Rogue Company and wield powerful weapons, high-tech gadgets, and game-changing abilities. Accept the mission and jump into a variety of 4v4 and 6v6 game modes.
Skydive into high-stakes missions in hot spots around the globe. Take part in action-packed 4v4 and 6v6 game modes; control the point in King of the Hill, fight to survive in Strikeout, or plant and defuse bombs in Demolition. Looking to be more competitive? Join the Ranked queue to show off your skills. Or relax in a rotating Limited-Time Mode.
Drop in as one of the many agents of Rogue Company, each with their own unique set of skills, weapons, and gadgets! Fire explosive napalm with Switchblade’s Chaos Launcher, use Saint’s revive drone to save your teammates, or take the enemy team offline with a hack from Gl1tch.
Throughout each match, you’ll earn cash to spend in the in-game store. Choose how you approach each round — will you buy a katana to get up-and-personal with your foes, or the Tyr sniper rifle to take them down from afar? You can also unlock high-tech gadgets, ranging from Dima’s favorite explosives to a disorienting tear gas.
The game seems to be fairly popular however I question the number of players cliamed. Steam stats show about 2,362 players so Hi-Rez is definitely skying some numbers.
Graphics are not bad for the system requirements. Animation is better than average too. Besides the usual free to play crap with in-game purchases Rogue is par for the course. DLC is a tad high for this game.
|Operating System||Windows 7 x64 or better|
|CPU||Intel i5-2320 or better|
|Memory||4 GB or more|
|Hard Drive Space||20 GB|
|Graphics Hardware||GTX 555 or better|
|Network||Broadband Internet Connection Required|
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