Guncraft Blocked and Loaded for Voxel Warfare on Xbox 360


Exato’s Minecraft-meets-Call of Duty voxel first-person shooter, Guncraft, is making the jump from PC to console later this year in a special “Blocked and Loaded XBLA Edition” for Xbox 360, by way of GameMill Entertainment and Reverb Triple XP. On Xbox 360, the game will offer all the multiplayer shooter action and sandbox crafting goodness of the original release plus a host of new features and upgrades, including:

• Exclusive Xbox Live maps

• Includes all PC DLC

• Two-player split-screen local multiplayer

• Player-controlled vehicles, perks, killstreaks, class load-outs, clan system, and ranks

• Create custom levels, weapons and characters limited only by your imagination

• Outlandish game modes for up to 16 players, including:
o Lava Survival Mode – where magma slowly rises as players build upward to avoid the instant orange death. It’s a new variation of “Last Man Standing”
o Onslaught Mode – Where four players band together to fight off endless waves of deadly robot spiders, soldiers, drones, and aircraft
o Spleef Mode – Where players drill and destroy blocks on the platform near or under their opponents in order to cause them to fall to their deaths while fervently moving to avoid suffering the same fate.

• Exclusive leveling system where you earn new rewards with every other level, all the way up to level 550 (50 levels per ReCraft rank – one base, 10 ReCrafted ranks)

• New high-resolution models with an unlockable aesthetics system containing 300 pieces of unique gear to customize characters. Each are individually customizable, giving gamers over 4 billion different combinations

• New tutorial system for learning the basics of Guncraft and each game mode

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