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.
The Disintegration beta test will include two of the three multiplayer modes that will be available when the game launches. Retrieval has players competing to deliver a payload, while Control sees teams vying for various capture points.
Players will be able to play with seven of the final game’s crews in the beta, such as the damage-boosting Tech Noir and the nuke-launching Warhedz.
V1 Interactive has said Disintegration’s multiplayer component doesn’t include an online progression system, a common feature in the shooter genre and especially so in the age of games as service.
The Disintegration release date looks set to fall in the second calendar quarter of 2020. Take-Two might provide more information on launch plans when it reports its third quarter financial results on February 6.