GameSpy: Hawken is a fun mech shooter. Hawken with John Carmack and Palmer Luckey's 3D virtual reality headset, Oculus Rift, sounds Everlasting Gobstopper amazing. Are you ready to look around and see the inside of your mech before exploring a richly detailed sci-fi world? You'll be able to do just that when Hawken launches with Rift support on December 12.
UnfinishedMan: Hawken started out as a simple, awkward child, and has – as of this teaser – really grown into an awesome, missile firing, mature, robotic adult. The leap forward in terms of gameplay, visuals, and presentation is absolutely staggering.
Developer Adhesive Games has announced that their free-to-play online mech shooter Hawken will be landing on the 12th December, 2012. The fast-paced indie game which features amazing web-based visuals will be published by Meteor Entertainment.
"The #Oculus Rift may not technically be a tangible thing yet, but as of December 12 it can boast support for one more game: #Hawken. It makes sense: every time we've seen something with mechs in it, the pilots are always wearing goofy goggles."
Publisher Meteor Entertainment has reportedly raised over $10 million in funding for its upcoming multiplayer mech game, Hawken. Meteor raised the money by pitching its idea to venture capital firms Benchmark Capital and FirstMark Capital, the same companies that initially invested in the makers of League of Legends, Riot Games.