The free-to-play spaceship fighting game “Dreadnought” has left the beta on PlayStation 4. This went hand in hand with the final launch of the title on this platform. Next year, more content and features will follow.
The Dreadnought free-to-play game has left the beta on PlayStation 4, as previously announced. Thus, the title is synonymous on the current platform of Sony quite regular playable. That’s what Mike Donatelli, Product Director at Six Foot, used as an opportunity to thank the community.
In an official statement on the PlayStation blog, it says, “Through you we’ve learned so much in beta, you’ve told us what you like and what you do not like, so we’ve got important information to help us improve combat balance Dreadnought would not be what it is today without your input, while we leave the beta behind, I hope all the passion of the players will be maintained, and that you will We continue to give feedback as each of you plays an important role in making Dreadnought even better. ”
Also in the coming year, “Dreadnought” on the PlayStation 4 will be further expanded. The developers want to work on many small improvements as well as on “some pretty big things”. These include custom games designed to give you more control in building your matches. This feature is one of the top priorities. In addition, there is talk of new ships and maps. The same applies to new game modes that will “fundamentally change” your game.