Strike Vector, Ragequit Corporation’s aerial first- and third-person shooter inspired by the likes of Quake 3, is launching on Windows PC through Steam next week, according to the game’s Steam page.
First revealed last year, Strike Vector was designed by former WipeOut and Remember Me devs in just 15 months. Ragequit describes the game as a “new kind of fast FPS [which] takes place in the sky in a post-apocalyptic world.” Initial development began with only 4 people, though Ragequit now consists of 9. Still, if you check out the video embedded below, it’s hard not to admit that it’s an impressive feat for such a small team.
Strike Vector unlocks on Steam next week on Tuesday, January 28. No word yet on price, but Ragequit has made it clear that all future content—DLC—“will be free for players.”