Zero Hour Tac Shooter: Release Date, System Requirements, Trailer, and more

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Zero Hour is a hardcore tactical FPS title, created by M7 Productions and Attrito, marking their debut in the competitive multiplayer FPS genre. It is a 5v5 tactical shooter with a high team focused gameplay and real-life resource management.

Zero Hour

Release Date

The Trailer was rolled out on 12th July 2020 and the Devs did not keep us waiting long, as the game was released on Steam a month later, on the 12th of August.

Zero Hour System Requirements (Recommended)

  1. CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K or AMD Ryzen 5 2600X
  2. RAM: 12 GB
  3. OS: Windows 10 (64bit versions required)
  4. Video Card: Nvidia Geforce GTX 960 4GB or AMD R9 290 4GB
  5. Sound Card: DirectX® 9.0c compatible sound card with latest drivers
  6. Free Space Disk: 8 GB
  7. Dedicated Video RAM: 4096 MB
Zero Hour Tac Shooter: Release Date, System Requirements, Trailer, and more

Here is the Gameplay Trailer of the game, which was premiered on the official Youtube channel on 12th July.

More to Explore: Read all about the Gameplay of Zero Hour

About the Game

The Special Forces (attackers) using shields, weapons, and the arranging table, tries to take control of the invaders with precision, while the terrorists(defenders), using traps and contraptions, tries to strengthen the region. Resource management plays a huge role here because players have the option to steal weapons from the dead enemies which will be carried over to the next round.

But there is one more important twist to the game - The Breaker Switch. This switch kills the power in the entire building, so all the players have the least visibility except their electric torches, which can be tracked by the enemies from a long distance. Also, there will be a Hostage held captive by the terrorists, who will flee if the terrorists don't keep an eye.

To know more about Zero Hour, join the Discord Server and stay updated about the game.

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