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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Lost Planet 3
Capcom has announced that Lost Planet 3 has shipped to retail for 360, PC, and PS3. The latest entry in the seven-year-old series finds players in the shoes of Utility Rig pilot and NEVEC employee Jim Peyton on the frozen planet of E.D.N. III. Tasked with mining the planet’s powerful Thermal Energy in order to stave off an energy crisis on Earth, players soon run into problems as the dangerous indigenous Akrids, tumultuous weather, and the planet’s colonial history force Peyton to fight for his life. Multiplayer is also supported for up to 10 players.
Lost Planet 3 protagonist Jim Peyton’s trials are highlighted in a new video from Capcom. The latest trailer focuses on the dangers faced by NEVEC workers from the deadly cold on the frozen planet of E.D.N. III, as they harvest energy while staving off death from the dangerous indigenous life and minus 120-degree temperature.
Capcom has released a new trailer from their upcoming action title Lost Planet 3. The footage features hero Jim Peyton, an unlucky and unfortunate employee of NEVEC, attempting to best the wilds of E.D.N. III, a frozen world home to a wide array of human-hunting dangerous creatures and plagued by ice storms.
Capcom has detailed two of the four multiplayer modes slated to be included in Lost Planet 3, Akrid Survival and Scenario Mode. Akrid Survival is a team-based mode where two teams of three battle against waves of Akrid before facing off against each other in a final versus round. Scenario Mode tasks two teams with tackling offensive and defensive challenges in on-foot and vehicle-based combat. New campaign and multiplayer screens were also released and have been posted below.
June might be face-melting hot, but Capcom is determined to give you a reason to throw on that super deluxe parka. The studio announced today that they will be bringing Lost Planet 3’s subzero action to gamers this summer when it launches for 360, PC, and PS3 on June 25. A new trailer was also released, revealing that Jim Peyton and his NEVEC coworkers aren’t the only humans on E.D.N. III. There are also … snow pirates. Did not see that one coming.