Radical Heights, the latest attempt to cash in on the popularity of Fortnite: Battle Royale and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, was released last week to a lukewarm reception in Steam's early access program.
The game is still quite rough around the edges, as is to be expected from a game released so early, but there was one main complaint that many players had—there were no female player models.
On Sunday morning, however, Boss Key Productions co-founder Cliff "CliffyB" Bleszinski teased some female player models from the game with a simple message—"Forthcoming." No specific release date for the female models was given.
Radical Heights is placed in the future yet sports a 1980s theme, including music and clothing of player characters. The women are depicted with '80s exercise outfits and hair, as well as pistols. Players use in-game money to purchase weapons while in a match, as well as the ability to get customization items to further personalize characters.
As of Sunday afternoon, the "last man standing" battle royale Radical Heights had about 7,000 players in-game trying out the early access title. Another title in the same genre, PUBG, had over 900,000.