Guangdong – China, October 9th 2019 – Chinese Independent developer, Surgical Scalpels in partnership with publisher Huya today announced that its near-future multiplayer shooter, “Boundary” will be playable at this years EGX19 event taking place in London’s Excel Center on the 17th to the 20th October.
The game will be playable on PlayStation 4 and is the first hands on opportunity in Europe that players will have before its forthcoming Beta.
Boundary is setting its sights on delivering a competitive multiplayer shooter where player customization and a unique zero gravity premise bring an exciting approach to the tactical shooter genre.
Boundary will provide players with six astronaut classes to choose from including snipers, medics and assaulters all of which can be extensively customized.
The games appearance at EGX19 comes after developer Surgical Scalpels announced its publishing partnership with Huya, a leading online video game platform.
Boundary will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PC in Q1 2020 with a decision to bring the game to Xbox One still under consideration.
About Surgical Scalpels
Established in August 2015, STUDIO SURGICAL SCALPELS is a newly established game company that develops high-quality consoles and VR games for China and overseas markets. Boundary is the development teams first major global release on PlayStation 4.
Based in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, Surgical Scalpels is comprised of a team of 17 experienced and talented creatives who all bring their own unique insights from a broad range of professional fields. The team strives to develop games that deliver a rewarding player experience with strong execution and high quality.
Founded in August 2016, Huya (www.huya.com) operates a live streaming platform whose content includes video games, music, sports, entertainment and food on PC and mobile.
As the subsidiary of NASDAQ listed Chinese social networking platform YY. Inc (NASDAQ:YY), Huya’s mobile app had reached 10 million daily active users and 13 million monthly active users. Huya was also Riot Games’ exclusive third-party streaming partner for the 2018 League of Legends Korea Championship in China.
In 2016, Huya was interviewed as the industry representative by China Central Television (the predominant state television broadcaster in the People’s Republic of China). After raising US$75M in Series A round funding drive, Huya extended the overseas market and prepared the IPO in 2018.
In 2017 China’s Live-Streaming app ranking, Huya and its parent company YY.Inc have topped the list.
In May 2018, Huya lists on NYSE(HUYA) and becomes the first Chinese live streaming platform for games which gets listed in the stock market.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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