Robotech-inspired area technique MMO, Infinite Fleet, has shut down its Alpha servers at the moment as developer Pixelmatic prepares for Beta testing in July. The sport first popped up on the MMO neighborhood’s radar final yr when it launched its first cinematic trailer which borrowed closely from the Robotech (or Macross in the event you desire) animated sequence of the 80s.
The transition to Beta was initially deliberate for late final yr however was delayed because of varied backend adjustments and enhancements that developer Pixelmatic determined to implement. With these in place, the group has made vital progress on the sport and can formally be making the transition to Closed Beta on July 28th.
The Beta construct will embody new areas to discover, extra enemy sorts to combat, and new quests to tackle. To achieve entry to the playtest, gamers shall be required to buy one of many Centurion class NFT ships from the Infinite Fleet Retailer. Sure, it’s apparently a blockchain recreation which doesn’t come as a shock given how well-liked they’re proper now. A Centurion class ship will set you again a minimum of $40. Alternatively, you may also wait and join one of many stress exams that’s sure to come back up someday in close to future.
Extra data will be discovered on the Infinite Fleet official web site.