First screenshots and gameplay trailer for Star Wars: Battlefront 3-inspired game, Galaxy in Turmoil

Frontwire Studios has released the first screenshots and an official gameplay trailer for Galaxy in Turmoil. Galaxy in Turmoil is a massive 32v32 player maps multiplayer game. According to the devs, it will have full ground to space battles and an all new never before seen competitive mode.

The game was heavily inspired by Star Wars: Battlefront 3 and is using Unreal Engine 4.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Exclusive Content
    Immerse yourself in a story where you are in full control of your own destiny. Explore the vast Galaxy at your own pace while experiencing exciting missions and meeting unique companions
  • Realistic Battles
    Prepare to battle on foot against massive legions of enemies. Take to the skies and defend the dropships or dare to venture into space and go straight for the capital ship. The choice is yours.
  • Cyberpunk/Fantasy
    Experience a galaxy like never before with our own unique spin on a futuristic cyber-punk themed universe with a bit of fantasy-flair thrown into the mix.
  • Your Game. Your Ideas.
    Galaxy in Turmoil is literally the game our community wants. With our suggestion system in place, the community gets to submit and vote on the features they want to see in GiT

Furthermore, Frontwire announced that it will soon launch a Kickstarter campaign for Galaxy in Turmoil.


[NEW!] Galaxy in Turmoil Gameplay Trailer

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