Disintegration is an upcoming science fiction first-person shooter developed by V1 Interactive, a company founded by Halo creative director Marcus Lehto and SOCOM director Mike Gutmann, and published by Private Division. The game is scheduled to launch June 16, 2020.[1] It was first announced on July 11th, 2019, and in more detail at Gamescom on August 19th, 2019.[2]

Pre-orders are available now for Xbox One and PC.
Preorder and receive bonus cosmetic items:

  • Lost Ronin "Midnight": Take your enemies by surprise with the exclusive “Midnight“ skin for Lost Ronin.
  • Flex: Flex on your opponents with the exclusive “Flex” emote.
  • Gravcycle medal attachment: Showcase your dedication to the cause with the Disintegration Medal
  • Elite Disintegration: Show everyone how you roll with the Elite Disintegration animated platform-exclusive banner.


In Earth’s near future, climate extremes, overpopulation, food shortages, and a global pandemic led to nations collapsing and humankind on the brink of extinction. Scientists adopted a means in which the human brain was removed and surgically encased into a robotic armature; a process known as Integration. It was meant to be a temporary solution to an unavoidable crisis. It was a good thing for decades, allowing humans to survive. But some of the Integrated saw this new form as the future of humanity. With no desire to reverse the process, the post-humanist Integrated stratified, calling themselves the Rayonne. Global war soon erupted, and Rayonne forces now seek to hunt down any remaining humans, forcing their integration, and destroying those who don’t share their views. In Disintegration, you play an Integrated character named Romer. He’s one of many who rebelled and are now outlawed by the Rayonne. It’s up to you to lead a small group of these Outlaws, people who have chosen to fight back and survive, into a brighter future where we protect those they care about and hope to one day become human again.

Store descriptionEdit

Disintegration is a new sci-fi first-person shooter set in the near future on Earth where the only hope for human survival is through Integration, a process developed to preserve human brains in robotic armatures. You play as Romer Shoal, a former Gravcycle pilot in command of a small Integrated resistance still grasping onto fading memories of their human selves. With the domineering Rayonne forces set on eliminating the final remnants of human society, it’s up to Romer and his crew of Outlaws to fight back and reboot humanity. Pilot a variety of armed Gravcycles and command your crew on the ground by leveraging a variety of unique unit abilities and mastery of your own personal arsenal to dominate the battle.

Disintegration features a thrilling single-player campaign and frenetic PvP multiplayer where pilots and their crews compete in three exciting game modes across a variety of maps.


  • Campaign: Experience a full single-player campaign as Romer Shoal, an expert Gravcycle pilot. Command your crew of Outlaws on the ground by leveraging a variety of unique unit abilities and mastery of your own personal arsenal to dominate the battle.
  • Multiplayer: Featuring three exciting multiplayer modes, each with a variety of maps. These frantic team-based battles require smart coordination, utilizing ground units with individual abilities while simultaneously maximizing the destructive weapons on the Gravcycles. Players will choose from several Crews, each equipped with a unique loadout and role in combat.





  • Closed Technical Beta: January 28th - 29th
  • Open Technical Beta: January 31st - February 1st

System requirementsEdit

Current system requirements as of January 30th, 2020.

Minimum Recommended
OS 64-bit Operating Systems (Windows 10) 64-bit Operating Systems (Windows 10)
Processor Intel Core i5-2400 / AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Intel Core i7-8700 / AMD Ryzen 7 3800X
GPU GeForce GTX 570 / Radeon HD 7850 GeForce GTX 1060 6GB / Radeon RX 5700 XT
HD Space 15 GB 15 GB
(Actual install size) N/A N/A
DirectX DirectX 11 DirectX 11



External linksEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Private Division and V1 Interactive Announce Disintegration Launching on June 16, 2020 May 7, 2020
  2. Private Division and V1 Interactive Announce Disintegration July 11, 2019
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