Atomega is a brand new game from Reflections Studio (the small Ubi dev that gave us Grow Home and Grow Up). All that exists are Exoforms, super advanced post-biological lifeforms, masters of matter, energy and the last distant relative to man and machine. The Exoforms decide to fight for dominance, which is where the arena comes in. You collect mass, either through peaceful or murderous means, in an attempt to evolve your form from Atom to Omega, in what I must assume is an attempt to rage against the fleeting nature of existence. The game has been created with a "creatively experimental mind-set" and will offer unusual concepts that'll apparently surprise and delight players, according to Ubisoft.
In the game players will be required to acquire mass either naturally or through firefights. As mass that is collected by players grants them points, whoever holds the most points at the end of a round becomes the victor.
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What is also surprising is the release date, with Automega slated to arrive just a week from today on September 19. The teams throughout Ubisoft's worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs.