Gigantic – New Action Game With MOBA Elements – Enters Closed Beta Phase On Windows 10

Motiga announced that its free-to-play shooter MOBA, Gigantic, has now entered its closed beta phase on Windows 10. The closed beta will initially run during the weekends, before expanding to a full testing schedule afterwards.

New features and regular content updates are planned for closed beta players, including French, German, and Spanish language support. Opening the door to more players during the closed beta will allow Motiga to further refine and test the game in a controlled way, with a full release planned for later this year.

Motiga CEO Chris Chung said:

“After our successful alpha phase, which saw thousands of testers support Gigantic and provide valuable feedback, we are now ready to move to closed beta and welcome many, many more players on both PC and console. From the player response we’ve had, it’s clear that Gigantic has inspired many players already, and we’re really looking forward to welcoming a new batch to come in and enjoy the game.”

Gigantic is free to play and pits teams of five heroes—each with a massive guardian monster—against each other in explosive battles across a variety of fantasy battlefields. The game promises to combine intense combat with strategic map control, and the first team to defeat the enemy guardian seizes the battlefield and wins the game.

Players interested in being among the first to play the closed beta can visit its official website to register.

Enjoy!

Gigantic - PAX East 2015 Trailer

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