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Taking clear inspiration from its contemporaries, Rogue Company is a solid team-based shooter with a great foundation and fair free-to-play model.
Rogue Company is a team shooter with great potential, and it's one of the most effortlessly fun games I've played in a while.
Rogue Company is a solid, if uninspired, competitive shooter. What Rogue Company lacks in originality, it makes up for with solid gameplay, cross-progression, and cross-play across all major consoles, including Nintendo Switch, on top of being free to play. That is an offer that is very hard to refuse.
Rogue Company is a reliably fun, engaging, and well-positioned F2P title from the publishers behind Paladins and Smite. The game has a ton of potential and we'll be watching it progress in the next year. Though it borrows many of its concepts from other games, it manages to feel fresh and new, and utilizes its lack of real originality to leverage its top-notch gameplay.
Rogue Company is a solid, if pretty unspectacular addition to the online shooter genre.
Rogue Company mixes casual and tactical gameplay styles to create a hero shooter that, while not particularly innovative, is incredibly entertaining. You've seen this all before folks, but sometimes good things stick around for a reason.
Hi-Rez Studios is finally coming out with a fully original title and promises hope for the future. There is still progress to be made though.
Review in Turkish | Read full review
With fun gameplay and interesting characters, Rogue Company has everything to become a good tactical-shooter as it evolves and goes through its early access phase, since all of its basic systems are very good and could be explored through years to come.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
In conclusion, Rogue Company is a game that deserves attention despite its obvious flaws.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Free-to-play it may be, but Rogue Company is a high-quality title that’s among the best shooters I’ve played this year and a welcome alternative to the more standard shooters you find on console. I’d highly recommend it, even if it had cost me money. For the grand total of nothing, it’s almost essential.