게시 일시: 2015년 7월 7일
Loadout is a unconventional shooter game set in arena style maps with a third person perspective.
The game tries to innovate with weaponcrafting, a feature that lets you slam parts together to make your own guns. There are four weapon types and while there are less viable builds then the game praises itself for. However, the amount of viable builds is still large enough to deserve praise. The combat is very fast paced and the controls respond well and feel really nimble as you can jump really high, allowing more diverse combat than usual in this sort of game.
The cartoonesk visuals are not the best graphics but fit the spirit of the game very well while making sure even older machines can still run the game. The level design features funny details such as a sign stating ''0 days since last accident'' or a pair of underpants in a brewery to filter beer.
The community, really, these people love to accuse you of hacking, call you names and so on. Personally I find this really humorous but I am aware I am a minority in this aspect. The bad matchmaking does not help either, the game states how it has good matchmaking capabilities but then decides to mix up newbies and top-tier players in a match without evenly distributing the different skill levels well, this is a dealbreaker for new players. The lack of maps does not help either. It is too common to get into the same map game after game.
The company behind it, very rarely new weapon parts or maps get added to the game and the promised PVE campaign still isn't released after the beta test for it went down - it been a half year now. New players only got the tedious ''vs bots'' options to gain experience but this is really lackluster as the bots got an Iq lower than your shoe size, so the contrast is enormous and there is no true low level PVP in the game.
HOWEVER, it is a free and innovative game and if you are willing to get in the steep PVP curve, go ahead.