Trion's turn-based action game, Atlas Reactor will be making the leap to fully fledged game in just a few short weeks -- October 4. But before that, there's still a bit of business to take care of: Namely... Open Beta.
As of today, those interested can hop into Atlas Reactor and give the game a run for its money. The beta will run for ten days (Sept 15 - 25). Then there will be a five day break, after which Founders who pre-purchased the game can jump into Head Start on the 30th.
While the full game is Buy-to-Play -- costing $19.99 prior to launch and $29.99 after, there is a free-to-play version available as well available via Steam.
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