The first release includes Deathmatch and Team-Deathmatch modes, as well as an assorted selection of maps, weapons and skills
QuantiCode has released the first public beta version of Zero Ballistics, a game designed as a multiplayer online title, featuring some fast-paced tank action. There are two opposing teams battling each other with heavily armed and armored tanks. Players control their tank from the ego-perspective and fire weapons with a ballistic trajectory at their enemies, which requires a good aiming skill. Each player can equip his tank with different primary and secondary wepaons and can choose from a range of additional skills. As the game progresses, players are able to upgrade their tanks with weapon, speed and armor enhancements. Thanks: Chip.