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Rogue Company Will Be An Xbox Series X|S Launch Title

Rogue Company joins the Xbox Series X|S launch lineup, Fixer and ranked matches coming today

 

Hi-Rez’s cross-platform, competitive, team-based shooter, Rogue Company, will be available for the Xbox Series X|S alongside the consoles’ November 10 launch.

Developed by the teams behind Smite and Paladins, the free-to-play title was initially released for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC on October 1st. These versions’ enhancements include native 4K resolution at 60 fps on the Series X and 1440 at 120 fps on Series S.

The game will support full cross-play and cross-save with the previously released console and PC versions in addition to the performance upgrades.

Finally, Hi-Rez has revealed that the game will be receiving Ranked competitive matches today along with a new rogue, the “Fixer.” He is an American contract killer who brings with him new abilities and weapons, including a long-range rifle.

To mark the occasion, Hi-Rez has put out a cinematic trailer for this new character. You can check it out below:

 

Do you plan on joining the fray when Rogue Company lands on the Xbox Series X|S? Also, what do you think of the look of the new Fixer class? Be sure to sound off in the comments and let us know.

 

 

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