Gears Tactics studio Splash Damage said in March that it was working on a new game exclusively for Stadia that would be “something a little different” than what it’s done previously. That project was officially unveiled today as Outcasters, an “accessibly competitive” multiplayer isometric shooter for up to eight players that’s coming exclusively to Stadia.

Outcasters is obviously a departure in many ways from Splash Damage’s previously games, which include Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, Brink, Dirty Bomb, and the multiplayer components of Doom 3, Gears of War 4, and Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but it remains rooted in “that love of multiplayer, that love of shooters,” studio co-founder and CEO Richard Jolly said in an interview.

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