The Disintegration release date currently looks set to fall in the second calendar quarter of 2020.
It released the first Disintegration gameplay trailer and a press release stating the title will launch in calendar year 2020, during Take-Two’s fiscal year 2021, which runs from April 2020 to March 2021.
“We will be shipping about end of Q1, beginning of Q2 of 2020 next year,” Lehto said.
The game is being worked on by a team of 30 people at V1 Interactive. Disintegration takes place around 150 years in the future and centres on piloting hovering, weaponised vehicles called gravcycles, while simultaneously commanding up to four AI-controlled ground soldiers.
Punish’s video (above) also provides a Disintegration multiplayer demo showing a 5v5 game of a Capture the Flag-style mode called Retrieval.
The game will feature three different multiplayer modes at launch, “each with a variety of maps”.
Lehto said players will get to sample Disintegration’s multiplayer component, which doesn’t feature a progression system, ahead of the title’s release.
“I can’t talk about dates yet, but a multiplayer beta is in the works,” he confirmed.
Update 16/01/20: Closed and open Disintegration multiplayer beta tests will launch in late January 2020, Private Division has announced.