Splitgate: Arena Warfare is a fast-paced sci-fi multiplayer shooter that combines the strategic elements of portals with the explosive gameplay of a first person shooter. Built in Unreal Engine 4 and powered through Steam, you can play with friends online or versus the AI.
It supports up to 10 players and is revolutionizing the FPS genre with the unique movement and flanking abilities that players can pull off through portals.
Exciting Firefights Using Portal Combat
Use portals to outsmart and outplay your opponents. Flank them from behind. Use momentum to fly through the air to new locations. Or quickly flee from a disadvantageous position.
Easy to Learn | Difficult to Master
Standard FPS controls and intuitive portal mechanics mean beginners are up and running right off the bat. However, players must constantly evolve strategies and their ability to think with portals in order to outsmart one another. The skill cap is unlimited.
Competitive Ranking | Dedicated Servers
True competitors deserve a fair, unbiased competitive ranking system with no host advantage. Splitgate: Arena Warfare returns to the classic and intuitive 1 - 50 ranking system based purely on wins and losses. It also features a worldwide leaderboard so competitors can compete for the top spot and get the recognition they deserve.
Hone Your Skills Against Smart AI
For less competitive players or for those just looking to improve their portal mechanics in a more forgiving environment, practice against intelligent bots of varying difficulties. Once you've mastered the bots you'll be ready for the online community.
CEO - Co-founder
Ian first conceived of the idea to combine a first-person shooter with portals during his undergraduate time at Stanford University, where he received a BS and MS in computer science, with an emphasis on Graphics and Human-Computer Interaction. He prototyped what is now Splitgate as his senior project under faculty advisor, Professor Ron Fedkiw. Ian’s passion for gaming started when he was 7 years old with his first gaming system, the Nintendo 64. One of his claims to fame is his achievement of being ranked in the top 500 Halo 5 players in the world.
CTO - Co-founder
Steam: Meme Lord
Nicholas is a Computer Science graduate from Stanford University. He met Ian in their dorm 1047, where they played a lot of Halo and Rocket League. Upon hearing the idea of the game, he was thrilled to start working on it. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Nicholas grew up playing video games on the Nintendo 64 and XBOX. He enjoys playing basketball and volleyball and is a huge Los Angeles Lakers fan. When he is not playing Splitgate, you can catch Nicholas playing Rocket League. Feel free to challenge him to a 1v1!
Sign Up For Testing
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