Dreadnought - PSX 2016: Announcement Trailer
Check out the new trailer for Dreadnought that was revealed at the PSX.
You stand at the helm of a massive spaceship. The weight of tons of steel and hundreds of crew members is behind you, the captain.
Dreadnought, which will come exclusively to the PlayStationⓇ4, is a class-based action game that puts you at the center of tactical battles throughout the Solar System and across the skies of different planets.
Armed with earth-shaking weapons and the support of your team, you fight in pursuit of a single goal: victory, and the glory that comes with it.
Prepare to take command of your ship—sign up for the 2017 closed beta at http://www.dreadnought.com/ps4!
Updated with official info:
CLASS-BASED SPACESHIP ACTION GAME DREADNOUGHT COMING TO PLAYSTATION®4 AS A CONSOLE EXCLUSIVE
Grey Box is accepting sign-ups now for closed beta in 2017
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Dec. 3, 2016 - Grey Box, Six Foot and independent developer YAGER have revealed that Dreadnought, the class-based spaceship action game, will be coming to the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system next year. Announced today with a new gameplay trailer at PlayStation Experience 2016, Dreadnought will make its console-exclusive debut on the PlayStation®4 system with a closed beta beginning in 2017, which eager captains can sign up for now at www.dreadnought.com/ps4 .
“Dreadnought is all about mastering your ship and coordinating with your teammates to reap the glory and rewards of victory,” said Christian Svensson, chief operating officer of Six Foot. “It features stunning spectacles of high-impact combat across the solar system, and we’re incredibly excited for the PlayStation community to experience that fun for themselves soon.”
Developed for the PlayStation®4 system by lead-developer YAGER and Iron Galaxy Studios under the direction of Six Foot and Grey Box, Dreadnought puts players in command of massive, powerful spaceships at the center of tactical team battles across a variety of competitive online multiplayer game modes. There are more than 50 playable vessels, each of which can be customized with a range of weapons, modules and cosmetic upgrades. There are five ship classes, specializing in vital roles like frontline assault, long-range bombardment, strategic support and more.
Dreadnought is currently in closed beta on Windows PC and will eventually fully launch as a free-to-play title on both Windows PC and the PlayStation®4 system.