Borderzone (PC)
HTC Vive Support
Oculus Rift Support
Windows Mixed Reality Support

Published by 1C Company
Single Player Single Player
Multi-Player
Cross-Platform Multiplayer
Co-Op
Local Co-Op
Downloadable Content
In-App Purchases
Partial Controller Support
Full Controller Support
Achievements
Steam Trading Cards
VR Support
Steam Workshop
Cloud Saves
Stats
Valve Anti-Cheat Enabled
Steam Leaderboards
Includes Level Editor
Commentary Available
Captions Available
Action Action
Adventure
Fighting
Hidden Object
Horror
Family Friendly
Platformer
Puzzle
Racing
Retro
RPG RPG
Shooter
Simulation
Sports
Strategy
Antivirus and Security
Animation & Modeling
Audio Production
Languages
Photo Editing
Reference
Typing
Video Editing
Video Production
Utilities
Educational
Game Development
Design and Illustration
Business and Office
Operating System
Includes Soundtrack
Includes Manual
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What awaits mankind in 9,000 AD? BorderZone is an action role-playing game that challenges players to assume the role of Olaf, one of the few remaining humans on the planet Terra. Forced to leave the safety of their outpost, gamers venture on quests and into battle, controlling up to five characters. Centuries after the downfall of modern man, players find themselves in the world of Terra, an apocalyptic earth where the past and the future have blurred. The tales of the great catastrophe, The Collapse, have been passed down for generations, although the details have faded. Terran elders speak of a time when people possessed unprecedented power over Nature an ancient and now forgotten, witchcraft known as "Science". Players create Olaf from several disciplines, including thief, magician or soldier. Characters are further developed in the game through group affiliations, moral classes and professions.

Each character is able to use several different types of weapons and will is supplied with a quick weapon access mode. There are more than 80 types of close combat weapons and 10 kinds of projectiles. Magicians will have access to binding, paralyzing, blinding, annihilating and various other types of offensive and defensive spells.

  • Electrifying 3-D action with real time effects
  • Inventive gameplay characteristics involving challenging battles
  • Features various tasks within each alternative destination of choice
  • Contemporary game engine with powerful and imaginative graphics
  • Up to 10 characters available on the quest
  • Hundreds of upgradeable weapons
  • Multiplayer capabilities allow for dozens of characters to meet and interact throughout the course of the game
  • 700 MHz processor
  • 128 MB RAM
  • Direct3D compatible with 32 MB (GF 2MX or higher) Video Card
  • Direct Sound compatible Sound Card
  • 2.1 GB Hard Disc
  • PC CD-ROM
  • Direct X 8.1