Amsterdam -- November 21 -- Publisher The 4 Winds Entertainment and Developer MY.GAMES has announced today that HAWKED is heading into Early Access after a successful PC and Cross-Play Open Beta in Turkey and the Arab world. On November 30th HAWKED will be playable on PC via the MY.GAMES launcher and Steam, with a console version still slated for Early 2024. Players that are interested in joining the extraction fun can already sign up now for the ‘Renegade Rally’ which rewards players with increasingly higher rewards as more people sign up.
Turkish Trailer | Arabic Trailer | Website | Steam Page With its devotion to bring localized experiences to Turkey and the Arab world, The 4 Winds Entertainment has also worked on numerous gameplay enhancement for their regional players. HAWKED will featuring regional pricing in 14 different countries including Turkey, Egypt and Iraq to name a few, and a dedicated MENA regional server for its players. In the Arab world. That is all on top of in-game Arabic and Turkish localized subtitles and menus no matter where you play the game from, to bring a level of accessibility beyond the regional borders for native speakers around the world.Early Access marks another phase in the release of the ambitious third-person extraction shooter as it works its way up to full release. Steven Huot, CEO of The 4 Winds Entertainment, explained the choice for Early Access: “Our goal with HAWKED is to further our mission of fostering a cultural bridge between underserved communities and the global audience. Our summer Open Beta proved to be a great success, and this PC Early Access stage is an essential milestone leading up to a complete launch in early 2024. For our regional communities, we are dedicated to offering localized content in Turkish and Arabic, local servers located in the Middle East, and more affordable prices for selected countries. Our continuous objective is to improve HAWKED, hoping to make it the most entertaining and intuitive extraction shooter available. We are very happy that our communities are a part of this adventure, and we truly appreciate that."