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Behaviour Interactive has announced Meet Your Maker, a first-person shooter where you can either play the levels, or create them yourself.

The Canadian studio is best known for asymmetrical horror game Dead by Daylight, but revealed this new title during its recent Behaviour Beyond showcase.

Meet Your Maker takes place in a dying wasteland, with the player cast as the Custodian, collecting and protecting a precious resource known as GenMat. Playing as the Custodian, you’ll need to build your own maze-like outposts to hold the GenMat, or raid enemy outposts. Outposts can be created using customisable blocks, traps, and guards, with custom patrol paths to surprise raiders with.

​“Behaviour Interactive is known for creating unique moments for players and Meet Your Maker clearly delivers on this reputation,” said creative director Ash Pannell. “The game is built on UGC and creates deep social connections, whether you play alone or co-op. As a builder, share your meticulously built Outpost and watch other players take them on via our replay system. It never gets old to watch others die.”

“You’ll reap rewards and learn how to strengthen your creation. As a raider, you’ll try, die, retry, and eventually gain the knowledge to extract that Genmat and exit victoriously. In both cases, it’s highly entertaining and always fun to watch. Players can expect to get their hands on the game in 2023, and in the meantime they can sign up on the Meet Your Maker website for an opportunity to join in the Closed Playtest which begins on August 23.”

Meet Your Maker is coming to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can check out the first trailer down below.

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