Starborne Open Beta phase begins on April 2nd

Solid Clouds has announced that the open beta phase for Starborne will begin on April 2nd. Starborne is a science-fiction MMORTS that had 180,000 registered players during its Alpha phase. As the press release reads, Starborne’s open beta will have a brand new game map. Moreover, it will have dedicated safer starting zones and higher resource yielding areas that will incentivise expansion and make the game more dynamic.

For the first time ever, there will be three unique ways to win a game of Starborne; Military conquest deep in the galaxy, industrial superiority, or domain by controlling the most amount of space. Additionally, there will be a core focus on making the game more robust and new player friendly.

Speaking about the Open Beta launch, Stefán Gunnarsson, co-founder and CEO of Solid Clouds said:

“I’m so proud of the new map design. It really manages to condense all the lessons we’ve learned over the past 5 years. With it, we are both catering to more play styles and also able to supercharge the deeply player-driven political side of the game.“

Here are also the key features of Starborne’s Open Beta:

  • A new map with zones that encourage expansion and empire building
  • Three distinct victory conditions catering to different play style – Military, Industrial and Domain
  • Improved game performance and stability
  • Improved game pace and increase to a 10 week game round
    Alliance size reduced to 15
  • For the very first time, an in-game Tutorial
  • An android Companion App preview
  • Mysterious alien artefacts, vortexes and broken planets are now on the frontier
  • Badges to commemorate your progress and your achievements on the frontier
  • Brand new Empire Skins and Map Pins make the map come alive

Enjoy!

Starborne Open Beta Launch Date Trailer

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