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Shattered Horizon Game Updated: Now Includes Single Player

Up until now, Shattered Horizon — a zero-gravity first-person shooter developed by Futuremark Games Studios — has been a multiplayer-only game, which as some of you may know can prove quite tough for those that are fairly new to the game and are playing up against the more experienced players.

However, according to a recent article by William Usher over at, the developer recently announced that the Shattered Horizon game has in fact been updated, and now includes a number of brand new single player modes in which players can test their skills against bots.

As Jaakko Haapasalo — the director of Futuremark Games Studios — noted in a recent press release, The Last Stand pack has added single player to all of the current game modes, making it the ideal way for brand new players to learn a bit more about the game, practice in order to improve or maybe just play for fun.

The Last Stand pack enables gamers to choose the number of bots they want in the game, as well as set the level of difficulty. Gamers can choose to play the Last Stand mode either with friends in an online co-op game, or with bot team mates in the single player mode.

Another great new feature is the fact that the bots will either leave a multiplayer game in order to make more room for real players, or rejoin a game to make up team numbers. Do you play the Shattered Horizon PC game? If you do, are you pleased they’ve added single player to the game?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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