The tactical assault is underway in new screenshots for Robert Bowling's Breach & Clear
Some new screenshots for ex-Call of Duty
dev Robert Bowling's upcoming tactical shooter Breach & Clear
In the images, you can clearly see a squad of four special operations soldiers moving around a series of interior locations.
Judging by the grids visible on the floor, movement will be turn based, with players able to direct their troops to advance a set distance each round.
To ensure Breach & Clear
is a touchscreen-friendly experience, Mighty Rabbit has designed what appears to be a relatively clutter-free interface.
It looks like players will be able to select individual troops from tabs on the right of the screen, and then - depending on the situation - issue either movement or tactical commands.
As well as viewing the action from the default isometric angle, players will, it would appear, be able to get an over-the-shoulder perspective on the action.
Though the Breach & Clear
team won't commit to anything beyond a "spring" release window, we do know that the proceeds from some of the game's DLC will be donated to charity.
Expect to see Breach & Clear
on iOS and Android within a matter of weeks.GameInformer