Fractured Space developer Edge Case Games announced today that its sci-fi MMO Fractured Space would be transitioning to free-to-play later this week. As part of the transition, Edge Case has also released a new update — live today — that adds new maps, ships, and more to the game.

Twenty new crew members have been added, as well as drop pods that unlock them. The pods can be earned daily by completing games throughout the day.

As an added bonus, players can now test ships before buying them — meaning you won’t get stuck with buyer’s regret. The update also adds a new tutorial system and a space shooting minigame to keep players entertained during the pre-match wait.

More information the updates and free-to-play transition are available on the Fractured Space site.

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  1. DemDeboom on May 19, 2016

    yep figure they would since dreadnought entered closed beta… I guess they are scared they will win or something and I think they should be.

    • Bratwurst on May 19, 2016

      Nothing like some healthy competition.