Dreadnought – Moves Out Of Beta, Officially Launched on PS4
After months of public beta testing, Greybox Studios have officially launched their widely popular multiplayer shooter, Dreadnought to the PlayStation 4 community. The news game over the weekend, and as of this writing, the game is now available for all PlayStation 4 users.
The free-to-play multiplayer combat game is a capital-ship focused, class-based combat game that has players in command of their very own capital ships. Each ship contains their own offensive and defensive capabilities, with players able to focus power supplies to specific ship systems on-the-fly. Players become embroiled in a multitude of space-focused and terrestrial maps, where players will need to use terrain and cover, as well as a combination of close-range and long-range fighting to successfully defeat their foes.
To welcome new players o the game, Dreadnought has received a variety of game and server updates. Most notably, Dreadnought now has functional voice chat to maintain direct lines of communication with your fellow shipmates. The game also has a trophy system for those eager to hunt for new trophies. A variety of other changes were made, given the positive feedback from the community during the public beta, as well. Other features are mentioned in the trailer above.
Dreadnought is free-to-play, with optional microtransactions, for all PlayStation 4 users. For those looking for more information, check out our coverage of Dreadnought from PAX SOUTH in 2017, where I had the opportunity to play the game for the first time, and give my impressions.