Atari Unveils Atari Vault At PAX South 2016, With New Line-Ups Of Golden Games

Posted: Jan 25 2016, 9:04am CST | by , in News | Gaming

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Atari, an interactive entertainment production company with a portfolio of over 200 games and franchises will be unveiling its reworked Atari Vault game at the PAX South 2016, during which a preview of the game will be demonstrated, including other titles that games have known for long.

Atari Vault combines most of the most prestigious games powered by Atari Entertainment onto a single PC title, and the bundle comes with latest features and multi-player functionalities that enable players to play with one another across international boundaries.

To this end, Atari will also be offer demos into other classic titles such as RollerCoaster Tycoon World as well as Pridefest, a mobile game for mobile devices. But that is not all, such games as Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, Tempest®, Warlords®, and many others will also be shown for hands-on experiences at the expo event.

Meanwhile, there are new online and multi-player options integrated into Steam Controller support that enables players to enjoy the game with greater precision, while one player can challenge another from across the world for arcade supremacy on the games Steam Leaderboards.

The Atari Vault game bundle is developed by Code Mystics, and will be released by Spring of 2016.

The demos that will be played or demonstrated at PAX South are: Atari Vault for PC, RollerCoaster Tycoon World for PC, and Pridefest for iOS.

The PAX South expo event takes place between January 29-31 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio in Texas; and there will be meetings hosted by Atari at the San Antonio Marriot Rivercenter at the given dates.

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