Recently playable at PAX EAST, Due Process is a new 5v5 shooter that's part pixel-art, and part SWAT/Rainbow Six.
Due out "soon", Due Process starts by giving players a top-down view of the map where they can plan their attack in advance. A 5v5 game in the vein of Rainbow Six with procedurally generated maps, the game focuses on round-based combat and an attack/defence mode that's not too dissimilar from Counter-Strike.
Some footage of the game was also uploaded online from PAX EAST, showing how a few rounds (post-planning phase) play out.
The biggest change is that Due Process now has a vastly different look from the blocky coder-art the game was sporting when it first surfaced in 2014. Still, it looks tons of fun. There's more info here on the official sub-reddit, as well as the official site. The devs have also confirmed that the game won't be free to play, with an upfront fee "that makes cheating costly" according to one of the designers.