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Here's an early look at Boss Key's Project Bluestreak running on Unreal Engine 4

If you were at PAX East this weekend, you might have had a first look at Project Bluestreak, the first game from Cliff Bleszinski and Arjan Brussee's Boss Key Productions. If not, here's your first in-engine look at the forthcoming first-person shooter running in Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4.

Boss Key describes its free-to-play arena FPS as set "in a recovered apocalyptic sci-fi setting." According to Bleszinski, founder and CEO of the studio, the above multiplayer map is set in the future 100 years from now in the Grand Canyon, not Japan. The footage, the devs say, is a "pre-alpha" peek at the game.

Project Bluestreak will be published by Nexon America.

Full disclosure: Cliff Bleszinski's brother, Tyler Bleszinski, is the founder of Polygon sister site and Vox Media progenitor SB Nation.

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