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Gray Zone Warfare lasts 23 minutes

Gray Zone Warfare lasts 23 minutes

The Madfinger team has finally released a longer version of the initial gameplay for the upcoming military simulator. You and your comrades control four heavily armed soldiers who shoot down enemy fighters with surgical precision.

Militia forces are terrorizing residents in the Lamang Forest, and our team of four will be tasked with obtaining important intelligence documents from a pre-selected location. Let us leave as we came. However, the situation is not that simple in practice, as the Rat's Nest mission shows acid and pepper in Gray Zone Warfare.

Madfinger showed off IGN's initial gameplay of the Unreal Engine 5-powered shooter. During the event, we boarded a Little Bird helicopter, flying low over buildings. We advance wisely through a lush environment and execute the enemy with merciless precision. We also have to clear several outpost villages during the mission, and the simple HUD certainly doesn't hide any of the lavish visuals.

Gray Zone Warfare will be available in Steam Early Access later this year, and you can find out what the Early Access version has to offer here.

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