Starborne enters open beta after its 5-year-long alpha stage
Solid Clouds, an independent Icelandic game development studio, are excited to announce that after nine Alphas spanning five years, the epic science fiction MMORTS Starborne has entered Open Beta.
Solid Clouds' strategic MMORTS Starborne has, after a five-year-long alpha stage consisting of nine builds, officially launched itself into open beta just recently and now, everyone can sign up to play the vast sci-fi strategy game. The developer states it has taken all the input from alpha players to build a beta-ready/worthy experience and if you're interested in checking it out you can sign up here.
The new map added to the game brings safer starting zones for new players to get acclimated and higher resource-yielding areas, making the game more player-friendly.
If you wish to learn more, take a look at the key beta features as well as the new trailer below.
Map Pins for visual empire planning
Handcrafted map from the ground up
Take your first steps onto the frontier with the debut of an In-game tutorial
Reduced alliance size for increased cohesion
Badges to commemorate progress and achievements
Interact with new mysterious alien artefacts, vortexes and broken planets on the frontier
Hundreds of hours of ambient soundscapes,
Traversing to the more unique regions of the map is now further emphasized by special camera effects
Win through three distinct victory conditions: military prowess, industrial efficiency or domain control.
Game rounds are now 10 weeks. Alliances leading the charge, in each victory condition, at the end of the round will claim the ultimate prize