Fatshark has announced that the closed beta for Blackfox Studios’ Dreadlands is now live.
Dreadlands is a competitive online skirmish game set in the same colorful post-apocalyptic Sweden from Fatshark’s 2012 RPG, Krater.
The game is a shared-world experience, where players will travel around the wasteland with their band of misfits to scavenge for resources, and occasionally raid other players in tactical turn-based battles. If you’d like to get in on the closed beta, you can sign up here.
Here’s a rundown of the game:
Welcome to the colorful apocalypse, and good luck.
Dreadlands is a turn-based skirmish strategy game in a shared world where you battle for the valuable resource – Glonithium, “Glow” for short. Explore the lush world in Dreadlands by travelling across its many regions with your misfit gang of miscreants and mercenaries.
It is set in a living post-apocalyptic shared world where players frequently encounter and interact with each other. Danger lurks around every corner as they sometimes cooperate in PvE, and other times they pick fights in bloody PvP battles.
Dreadlands will be coming to Windows PC via Steam sometime next year.