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Deceive Inc is Getting a Kill Cam as Part of its Post-Launch Roadmap

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Wondering how your Deceive Inc character died? According to a new road map, the game is getting a kill-cam so you’ll be able to get a close-up of your demise.

Deceive Inc, which launched earlier last week, has you competing to rob one of several heavily guarded locations. And, whether you’re playing solo or as part of a team, chances are you’ll get killed. A lot. Now, developer Sweet Bandits Studios has revealed that a kill-cam is in the works.

Sure, maybe it seems like the game would just be rubbing your nose in your demise but it’s actually pretty handy to find out how you died. We’ve learnt a lot from, after dying, just watching our murder roam around, picking up tips we could use later.

That’s not the only upcoming update, however. According to the road map, tweeted out by Sweet Bandits, there are several changes. Unlike Meet Your Maker developer Behaviour Interactive, they haven’t laid out a month-by-month plan. Instead, they’ve got a few things in store for next month but other goals are, so far, undated.

You can check out the roadmap above, but here are some of the more interesting developments, kill-cam aside.

  • Hans and Cavalier will be getting balancing tweaks.
  • A new scoundrel agent is joining the game.
  • A new “Heat System” mechanic is being introduced.
  • There’s a new map in the works.

It’s the Heat System mechanic that’s really got our attention. No, we don’t know what it is but we’re hoping it’s a way of getting out of a tight scrape. We’ve been getting a kick out of Deceive Inc but we’d definitely appreciate a one-time get out of jail free card, for when the guards and other NPCs pile on.

If you’ve not tackled Deceive Inc, this multiplayer-only game is out now on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

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Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.