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Dreadlands Launches on Steam Early Access

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Dreadlands has finally launched into Steam Early Access, today, indie publisher Fatshark together with Blackfox Studios are thrilled to share the news with an animated trailer to celebrate the achievement.

Peter Nilsson, Founder and Creative Director of Blackfox Studio, stated to the press, “Today is the day we open the doors for everyone to play Dreadlands, and we have been looking forward to sharing the experience with all fellow gamers.

We feel we have really good foundation for our vision of a shared world turn-based game but we still need more feedback and help from our players.

Dreadlands is a turn-based skirmish game set in a living post-apocalyptic shared world. Player will get to explore the many regions of the game with their misfit gang of miscreants and mercenaries. The shared world means that players will face other players. Players will sometimes cooperate, other times they pick fights in bloody PvP battles.

Blackfox Studios also revealed that they will be adding during the Early Access, more details about the roadmap will be shared as the game closes its release date. Here are the key features of Dreadlands:

  • Co-op
  • PvP Seasons and rankings
  • Skarbacks Gang Faction
  • Endless Dungeons
  • Glow Hunt Missions
  • Base Management and Upgrades
  • Next Chapters of the Main Campaign

The Steam Early Access version is already packed with  plenty of content :

  • Two different gang factions each with its own unique campaigns
  • Each faction have 6 different units
  • The first of the three part main campaign
  • 9 Different world zones
  • PvP
  • Tons of side quests
  • Loads of different weapons

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