Music-driven First Person Shooter Chroma Showed off New Trailer
Recently, the music-driven free-to-play FPS title Chroma showed off a new trailer. At the same time, the developer Harmonix also announced that its Alpha test has been available to sign up. If you are interested in this distinctive shooter, you can try participating in the closed Alpha via this link.
Chroma is a musical first person shooter developed by Counter-Strike: Global Offensive's creator Harmonix. As a standard FPS, Chroma has all the features of any other FPS -- multiple classes, a primary and secondary weapon, score and time-based challenges. But different from other FPS games, this title needs music to support all warfare. Music is your weapon. In each match, a song begins playing as soon as you step foot on the map. This song is the foundation for everything you’ll do in Chroma. If you don’t pay attention to the beat, you’ll be missing out on movement and damage bonuses, and depending on your class, you may not even be able to use your weapon at all. In addition, the weapon your own is up to the style of the music.
In this Alpha, the version of the game testers experienced is very early in development. This initial preview will not be representative of our final release. The new trailer is worth the watch if you're excited or curious about this musical FPS. Just take a look at the trailer below.