Yager Development is bringing its free-to-play online combat space sim game Dreadnought to PS4 according to an announcement on the game’s site. No official date has been given for the console release — which makes sense seeing as it is still in beta on PC. However, it appears PS4 players can expect it some time next year. This may mean it will launch around the same time the PC version leaves beta.




According to the announcement, console players can expect the same core components found in the PC version of the game — including two game modes: Team Deathmatch and Team Elimination. The company is also planning to offer content exclusive to the PS4 system. This will be revealed at a later time.

Signups for the PS4 beta are already under way and can be found on the game’s site. Those who want to sign up for the PC beta instead can still do so on the official site as well.

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  1. trionisshit on December 6, 2016

    Consoles are for brainless!

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