We've got Dalton Brooks, who's an ex-mercenary. He's a bad guy turned good guy. The unit he's working with – Overstrike 9 – is dedicated to taking down the criminal organization that he used to work for. He's trying out this whole hero thing and seeing if it works for him, and his main weapon is the Mag-shield. It's both offensive and defensive, and what's great about all our devices is that there's a somewhat selfish usage – he's going to put up the shield to protect himself, but it also has a selfless benefit, in that the other team members can get behind it and be protected by it. He tends to be a bit more brute force – he's the one who pushes ahead, he's the tank of the group.
We've got Jacob Kimball, who has the electric crossbow, which fires out electrified bolts that will zap enemies and flush them out of cover. Jacob's a decorated detective. He's an honest to god soldier; he believes in a code of ethics. He has honor, whereas Dalton does not, so the two of them often conflict.
Then we've got Naya Deveraux who's a loner, and a master thief. She's used to operating on her own, so she's still trying to figure out how to work within a team and develop personal ties. Her main weapon is stealth, so she can cloak and become invisible, then sneak up and melee enemies. She also has a co-operative component to her gadget, but we haven't revealed that just yet.
Finally, there's Izzy Sinclair who's a gifted young scientist. She's created a weapon that fires out this metallic foam that immobilizes enemies and then when other players shoot it, it will explode, destroying them. She's like the kid sister of the group. She's very ambitious, very impulsive, and the other members of the group have almost taken on a parenting role with her, trying to help her out.