The incredible team of Frozen Phoenix is officially ready to start rolling out QFIELD to the masses. Starting today during the Steam Next Fest 2021, players can download a demo of QFIELD before the event concludes.
QFIELD Has Entered the Match
This unique take on the arena genre features a mixture of QUAKE‘s gunplay with Rocket League‘s soccer layout. The “field” in QFIELD provides a tight playground for intense gameplay. With the addition of abilities and special moves, the game is greatly familiarized due to its two main inspirations.
Essentially, the object of the game is to score the ball into the goal, but some of that fast-paced gunplay could hinder a winning shot. As you shoot the ball, your opponent could dash toward it and smack it down with a shot. A goalie could be evaporated by the ball because their adversary knew which angles to shoot at. Prepare for some serious adrenaline on the soccer field.
QFIELD‘s demo announcement comes during this month’s Steam Next Fest event, where many upcoming games receive a spotlight. It will run from October 1 – October 7 and will feature developers playing their games with the hopes of folks wishlisting their titles. To see the full broadcast schedule and other available demos, click here to find out more about Steam Next Fest.
As of now, there is no official release date for QFIELD. The developers are sharing their gameplay and explanations on the game’s Steam page, so they might hint at a release window. But there’s no word on when to expect its big launch. To start getting into the motion and magic of QFIELD, you can download the demo now; it’s been noted that the demo will be available for the entire duration of the event.
What are your thoughts on this QUAKE/Rocket League hybrid? What other games are you looking forward to seeing during Steam Next Fest besides QFIELD? Let us know in the comments below!