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[Updated] Gamescom 2015 - Dreadnought closed beta

Gaming article by Andrew Stretch on Thursday, August 6, 2015 - 02:31

Dreadnought, the team based space action game, by developers YAGER and publishers Grey Box and Six Foot has just announced that sign ups for their PC closed beta is now underway.


Powered by the Unreal Engine 4 engine Dreadnought allows you to take control of massive ships for tactical action warfare. You will not only be fighting in space but also across a variety of planets. The massive Battleships that you will be your weapons in these battles come in many different shapes and sizes to bring class based roles to the way that you and your team play, they can even be customized with different armaments, abilities, perks and a variety of visual enhancements.

This game is planning to launch for the PC in 2016 and will be a free to play game that will have not only the online multiplayer mode but a single player campaign. If you can't wait until then then you can head to the official website to sign up for the closed beta and keep an eye on the official Facebook, Twitter and Twitch to get all the news as it's revealed on Dreadnought.


Update Note: We mistakenly had Grey Box and Six Foot as the developer. They are the publishers for the project, while YAGER is the developer who actually developing the game. This has been reflected in the first sentence and is the only alteration in the story - Editor 

What do you think of Dreadnought? You excited to get a chance to be in the beta? What do you think of all of the Free to Play MMO's continually being developed?

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I have been playing all kinds of games for as long as I can remember with a particular interest in action adventure and platforming titles. While I am primarily an Xbox gamer I also spend a fair bit of time on the PS4 and on my PC in VR.