Our examiner, Andy Robertson, first checked Due Process 2 years ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 2 years ago.
One team of five is the corporate military force with top tactical gear and weapons. They plan a speedy, surprise and violent attack. This should enable you to systematically eliminate threats room by room, or by striking swiftly at the heart of the defence. The other team of five is a rag-tag band of outlaws with old trusty weapons. They aim to anticipate what the enemy is planning, then set up traps, crossfire and other exploits to break their opponent's tactics.
Both sides get 2 minutes to plan and then 2 minutes to execute. Careful consideration beforehand and close teamwork when the clock is running are essential. Because every map is procedurally generated, you'll be faced with a new challenge every time you play. These procedurally generated maps are changed once per week and reviewed by the developers before being released to ensure balanced gameplay.
Teams discuss their strategies over voice chat, and use the planning phase to draw up a plan of attack. Deploy your assets wisely over the course of three rounds, as anything fielded from your armoury won't come back if destroyed or lost.
The developers describe the content as including "blood, violence". They also confirmed that bodies stay on the ground once they have been killed, which means the game is likely to get a PEGI 16 rating and ESRB TEEN like Apex Legends. You can also disable blood.
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