If you’re a fan of shooter games, you’ll definitely want to check out the latest game to hit the market: Veiled Experts. This new third-person strategic shooter game offers a unique gaming experience that’s sure to satisfy even the most discerning gamer.

In Veiled Experts, players control agents with special abilities and fight on destructible battlefields with dynamic weather. But what sets this game apart from other shooter games is the range of acrobatic moves players can use during combat. From rolling to jumping, climbing, and hanging, players can execute these moves for a more dynamic gameplay experience.

The game features maps that offer maximum freedom with plenty of constantly changing elements. Players can explore most areas of the map, and unexpected sandstorms or sea fog, building collapses, bridge collapses, and explosions can shake up the situation on the battlefield.


But what really stands out in Veiled Experts is the newest mode: Search and Destroy. This mode offers a perfect balance of all the elements players love – intense shootouts, access to shops, and endless fun. Players are constantly in motion, threatened by an approaching magnetic field. But with the abilities of agents and a vast arsenal of tactical items, any enemy can be taken down in no time.


What’s great about Veiled Experts is that it caters to all types of players. Players can enjoy their preferred play style, with a variety of agents to choose from, each with unique abilities. Whether you prefer to attack fearlessly, support your team from the sidelines, carefully scout ahead, snipe enemies from hiding places, or engage in close combat, there’s an agent to suit everyone’s preferences.

Agents List:

  1. Dmitry
  2. Jack
  3. Lily
  4. Luna
  5. Nicki
  6. Simon
  7. Soy
  8. Tyrone
  9. Kyle
  10. Young


Veiled Experts also features an interactive environment with destructible items on all maps. Bombs can destroy buildings and sink ships, obstacles can be removed to create a clear path, and even enemy ambushes can be avoided by blowing up nearby transport. Working with the team, players can adapt to any situation on the battlefield, and tactical equipment can help create a unique strategy.

Picking an Agent and Deploying into Battle

Once you’ve picked an Agent, you’re deployed into a dynamic map and set against the other team in games of deathmatch, survival, bomb disposal, and retrieval. The maps are interesting and just the right size to allow a little tactical freedom while still keeping everyone in fairly close quarters. Most of the environments have destructible elements, too, so cover is never guaranteed. Certain conditions can change the map in extreme ways, such as harsh weather, sandstorms, or explosions that open up new areas. The successful team will need to use the ping system and call-outs to navigate the battlefield.

Earning Money and Upgrades

Similar to Rogue Company, you’ll earn money each round to spend on new weapons, mods, and upgrades. Extra money can be poured into a team bank that increases your overall effectiveness by raising your team’s level, which encourages you to work together. Guns feel decent for the most part, but accuracy suffers heavily over distance. While you can revive yourself in a deathmatch if you’re quick enough to crawl to cover, in other modes you’re depending on your teammates to get you back on your feet or cover you.

Magnetic Field and Verticality

During certain modes, you’ll be up against a moving Magnetic Field. This is like the Fortnite storm in a way, only instead of being a shrinking safe zone, it instead moves around forcing you to stay within it to survive. It’s a cool twist on a genre staple and adds some dynamism to each engagement. There’s also a verticality to it all as everyone can parkour up and over obstacles to reach vantage points or zip lines.

Objectives and Map Layouts

Objectives are clearly marked, and the map layouts that I saw were pretty intuitive in terms of funneling you where you need to be. One set on a city street allows you to enter buildings for cover and explode parked vehicles for high damage. Another on a farm has working machinery, such as a tractor. You can’t drive it, but you can turn it on and use it as moving cover, which is quite cool.

Characters and Outfits

Veiled Experts is not without a sense of style, from the colourful character designs to the brutal takedown kills, but there’s something about it that feels like we’ve been here before. The characters – at least in the preview build – all unlock the same outfits, and aside from the signature moves don’t feel or control any differently. There’s no big heavy unit, for example, and everyone can get any weapon either from the store or by looting the dead.


With its unique gameplay, destructible environment, and diverse agents, Veiled Experts has great potential in the esports scene. Players can hone their skills and compete against other teams in intense matches, providing plenty of exciting opportunities for both players and viewers alike.


If you’re looking for a new and exciting shooter game, Veiled Experts is definitely worth checking out. With its unique gameplay, diverse agents, and interactive environment, this game offers a gaming experience like no other. Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or new to the genre, you’re sure to find something to love in Veiled Experts.

Hi, I'm Sarah Patel, an esports journalist with over 2 years of experience covering Dota 2, CS:GO, Overwatch, and Valorant. I enjoy exploring the personal stories behind players and teams. My goal is to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the latest esports news, trends, and results. I hope to inspire a new generation of players and fans through my writing. Thanks for reading!

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