Gunscape will let you share content across all platforms

User generated content is the name of the game these days. Well, actually it’s Gunscape, but you know. Anywho, Gunscape is a first person shooter with a block-y art style ala Minecraft. It’s made for users to create their very own maps and then go completely bonkers in them. While other platforms support up to 8 players in local multiplayer, our dear PlayStation 4 will support 4. The online count though is 20 so there’s plenty of friendlies to blow up.

What’s special about Gunscape is the fact that the maps you make can be shared across all platforms the game is on. This means PS4, XBone, Wii U, PC, Mac and Linux, which should give you a metric curse-word-ton of maps to play. You can create single player/co-op campaign-like levels or go for pure multiplayer mayhem if that’s how you like your bread. Maps will be curated which is probably a good idea if this thing catches on.

If you’re not into all these creative shenanigans you can always play the campaign made by developer Blowfish Studios.

Our goal is to develop a first-person shooter that’s fun to play and empowers players to create their own levels, which can be shared and enjoyed by as many people as possible. By delivering the world’s first user-created content sharing system that ubiquitously works with all the major consoles and PC, we will achieve just that.Benjamin Lee, CEO of Blowfish Studios

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