I assume you’re one of the key fans of Lore Hound. The type that links articles to friends and guildmates, attends your fair of streams, retweets and hits that Like button here and there. By assuming such, I’m well aware that you’ve already watched and read our coverage of Rebel Galaxy, a single-player experience set in deep space. The thing is PAX South had multiple spaceship games. Naturally, I couldn’t resist.
Dreadnought, coming from publisher Grey Box and Jager Development, the house behind Spec Ops: The Line, takes us from deep space to barely above a planet’s surface. The title features class-based 5-on-5 battles, currently showing a Team Deathmatch, that shy away from quick dog fights to focus on more tactical slower paced encounters. Fear not, your ship, not matter the class, won’t last for minutes under heavy fire, but skills, teamwork and clever use of cover can bring you back from the brink of destruction.
Putting your peepers on Dreadnought will entice you to ring your mother and thank her for forcing you to eat your carrots. They’re good for your eyes, an important fact when looking at such a visually appealing title. Don’t take our word for it. Take our video interview for it! Available after the cut.