Epic previously unveiled heroes Sparrow and Steel in early Paragon teaser trailers, who somewhat mirror Brave's archer and Colossus of X-Men. Twinblast, the debut hero, uses dual-SMGs for mid-range combat. Some abilities shown in the trailers have indicated the usual gamut of snares, take-downs, and damage spells used in leading competitive MOBA titles.
We know that Paragon is made in Unreal Engine 4, owned by parent company Epic, and that its trailer graphics are representative of the final in-game graphics. This makes Paragon the most graphically intense MOBA we've seen to-date, noteworthy in a genre dominated by the likes of LoL and DOTA2.
Check out the new trailer for yourself here:
Paragon is set to launch in Summer 2016, but there will be a beta period in the Spring. Beta sign-ups are open at www.paragon.com.
- Keegan "HornetSting" Gallick.