Rogue Company Now Out, Launch Trailer Revealed

Rogue Company, the new shooter from Hi-Rez Studios, is now out on all major platforms for early access adopters. You can pick it up on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games Store. The game is playable in full cross-play, with cross-save across all platforms. It comes in three editions, or packs: the Starter Founder’s Pack, the Standard Founder’s Pack, and the Ultimate Founder’s Pack, each more expensive than the last.

rogue company now out launch trailer revealed
Rogue Company Now Out, Launch Trailer Revealed

The prices of the Founder’s Packs are as follows: $15 for the Starter, $30 for the Standard, and $60 for the Ultimate Pack. So, what do you get in the different Founder’s Packs, I hear you ask? Well, all of them give you the features listed below. It’s pretty much the usual package for early adopters of a game.

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  • Early access to Rogue Company
  • Six core Rogues to choose from: Dima, Dallas, Ronin, Anvil, Trench and Saint
  • Squad Unlocked – 2 bonus Founder’s Pack Rogues: Phantom and Chaac
  • Rare Founder Spray
  • Epic Superstar Dance Emote
  • Rare Speed Demon Ronin Outfit
  • Epic Solar Flare Weapon Wrap

If you buy the Starter Pack, that’s all you’re getting. On the other hand, if you spring for the Standard one, you’ll also get six additional Rogues and the Rare Exterminatin Chaac Outfit. Last, but not least, for the price of the Ultimate Pack, you’re looking at “more exclusive outfits, emotes, sprays and 1500 Rogue Bucks to spend in game.” So, there you have it, take your pick.

While you’re at it, you can also check out the launch trailer for Rogue Company below. It’s fully cinematic, so you won’t get a taste of the gameplay. You do, however, get to see some of the world that the game is set in, as well as the feel for two of the Rogues, Dima and Ronin. It works pretty well as a short sci-fi comedy, if nothing else.

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