Theorycraft unveils hero battle royale Supervive, coming to open beta this year

by | Jun 25, 2024 | Technology

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Theorycraft Games has revealed Supervive, a new battle royale game previously codenamed Project Loki. The neon-apocalyptic hero BR game is the company’s first game, and it will debut in open beta in late 2024.

Supervive is set in an improvisational action sandbox where strategic, explosive shootouts meet a new era of storm chasing hunters — all with the aim of becoming the world’s next “10,000-hour game” for competitive squads.

In celebration, Theorycraft is hosting their largest public playtest from June 27 to July 4. Players can pre-register here. I played a demo of the game, and then I interviewed Jessica Nam, executive producer of Supervive. I think it’s got some pretty amazing action and plays like a polished and balance MOBA — one that looks like it was made by a team with a lot more people.

Supervive details

Supervive’s alpha gameplay.

Supervive is a free-to-play, squad-based hero battle royale where players team up in groups of two or four to battle enemies across a vast, sky-bound map while a deadly storm encroaches upon them.

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Players engage in dynamic combat, complete objectives, and use unique powers and equipment to devise creative strategies to outplay other teams and be the last squad standing. Supervive will always be free-to-play and is designed to ensure that cosmetics are the only in-game purchases, with no pay-for-power elements, ever, the company said.

“We left the security of our triple-A jobs and founded Theorycraft to make a big bet on ourselves, to see if we could make the deepest games in the world, and to develop in a new way—out in the open with real players from day one,” said Theorycraft CEO, Joe Tung. “It’s been a wild ride to get to this point and we are proud to present Supervive as our first shot across the bow. We’re beyond grateful for our existing community and are super excited to welcome in new players.”

An improvisational action sandbox

Improvisation is what you do in Supervive.

Supervive embraces open-ended …

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Theorycraft Games has revealed Supervive, a new battle royale game previously codenamed Project Loki. The neon-apocalyptic hero BR game is the company’s first game, and it will debut in open beta in late 2024.

Supervive is set in an improvisational action sandbox where strategic, explosive shootouts meet a new era of storm chasing hunters — all with the aim of becoming the world’s next “10,000-hour game” for competitive squads.

In celebration, Theorycraft is hosting their largest public playtest from June 27 to July 4. Players can pre-register here. I played a demo of the game, and then I interviewed Jessica Nam, executive producer of Supervive. I think it’s got some pretty amazing action and plays like a polished and balance MOBA — one that looks like it was made by a team with a lot more people.

Supervive details

Supervive’s alpha gameplay.

Supervive is a free-to-play, squad-based hero battle royale where players team up in groups of two or four to battle enemies across a vast, sky-bound map while a deadly storm encroaches upon them.

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Players engage in dynamic combat, complete objectives, and use unique powers and equipment to devise creative strategies to outplay other teams and be the last squad standing. Supervive will always be free-to-play and is designed to ensure that cosmetics are the only in-game purchases, with no pay-for-power elements, ever, the company said.

“We left the security of our triple-A jobs and founded Theorycraft to make a big bet on ourselves, to see if we could make the deepest games in the world, and to develop in a new way—out in the open with real players from day one,” said Theorycraft CEO, Joe Tung. “It’s been a wild ride to get to this point and we are proud to present Supervive as our first shot across the bow. We’re beyond grateful for our existing community and are super excited to welcome in new players.”

An improvisational action sandbox

Improvisation is what you do in Supervive.

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