Remedy studio plans to restart the development of the shooter Vanguard, turning it into a paid game with a single-player campaign.

From now on, the project is called Kestrel, and it still focuses on online confrontations between players. Previously, the game was conceived as a free-to-play shooter, but now it is a paid product. The development is also being financed by the Tencent holding, which is not against rethinking the concept of entertainment. The authors have not yet reported any other details about the new product.

The reason for revising the Vanguard/Kestrel distribution model is the risk that, as a free game with donations, it may not attract the attention of the audience due to the abundance of other similar projects on the market.


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