I remember being incredibly disappointed by Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer reveal, thinking that it was essentially a Black Ops 3 reskin. Boundary, with its zero-g FPS combat, looks like the better Call-of-Duty-in-space multiplayer experience.
I can’t say that for sure until I’ve tried it myself (it’s PS4-exclusive though, so I guess it’ll never happen), but Boundary, with its new Orbital Security Detail trailer, does look fun with its zero-g movement. Floating outside Talos 1 in Prey was quite the experience, and I assume that Boundary deliver a similar high, albeit in a multiplayer environment and with more guns.
The “Space Shooter” will be out on PS4 sometime in 2020. Interestingly, it’s made by a Chinese indie studio.