Midnight Society, the developer founded by streamer Guy ‘Dr Disrespect’ Beahm, has debuted the first look at its first-person shooter Deadrop.
On Friday, the studio officially named the PvP multiplayer title – which plans to incorporate NFTs – and debuted a first playable ‘snapshot’ of the game, which is available to download for approved users on its website.
The playable ‘snapshot’ is part of the Midnight Society’s plan to include its community in the development of the game.
“That could be testing reload times and recoil patterns in a firing range or jumping in for the first-ever PVP sessions,” it said. “No more ‘I hope this game will be good'”. Be there when your voice can actually make an impact because we want to hear it. Really.”
The developer has also said it intends to “forge a partnership with a select list of mega influencers” and then work closely with them to launch “their dream gaming title”.
Midnight Society’s three leads consist of Beahm himself, studio head Robert Bowling and creative director Quinn DelHoyo.
Bowling, also known among Call of Duty players by his username fourzerotwo, was the former creative strategist and community manager at Infinity Ward.
DelHoyo, meanwhile, spent his last nine years working at 343 Industries, where he was most recently lead sandbox designer on Halo Infinite.