More Free DLC Announced for Shattered Horizon

Developer and publisher Futuremark will be releasing the second set of free DLC for its first game, Shattered Horizon, a space-based FPS that plays with the laws of gravity and gunfire.

The game's first pack, released back in February, came with four new maps. The new 'Firepower Weapons Pack' will include new weapons and grenades, but no release date has been named at this time.

The game is available directly from Futuremark or on Steam and requires a DirectX10 video card along with Windows Vista or Windows 7.

Filed Under
From The Chatty
  • reply
    April 7, 2010 1:51 PM

    Cool. EA, Ubisoft and Activision must learn something from these guys, they are amazing. Thank you Futuremark.

    • reply
      April 7, 2010 1:55 PM

      Lesson: When you have 3 active servers and player base of 50, desperation is needed

      • reply
        April 7, 2010 2:14 PM

        Lesson: Players must learn to play this game, this game is not for casual players who are playing MW2 and BC2. I am too playing MW2 and BC2 but this game needs some learning before playing well and you must do train to play good and get fun.

        • reply
          April 7, 2010 2:16 PM

          Also DX10 and Windows Vista/7 requirement is the reason for low players too.

    • reply
      April 7, 2010 5:49 PM

      Well said. (fellow GOGer?) ;)

      These companies should learn it. All post content must be free, if I already paid for the base game.

      And thanks Futuremark. I paid like $10 for this game and looks like they will keep updating it, for FREE.

      • reply
        April 8, 2010 7:53 AM

        The player base was quite small (respectively so) when I bought it (which was close to release date). I'm willing to bet the difficulty level in comparison to others was a reason for this (as well as DX10).

        By making updates they're taking a gamble that more people will buy. I think that's the way business has and should always be though:
        -You set up shop and then sink or swim, not the other way around. (see: investment)

        I'm glad I have it and these updates should hopefully make it even better.

        • reply
          April 8, 2010 8:34 PM

          Yep, investment.
          The "store" is the one that should invest in its clients.

          Not the client have to invest $60, plus $15 dlc1, plus $15 dlc2... It's just wrong.

Hello, Meet Lola