Ironsight, a futuristic shooter set in 2025, entered open beta today in North America and Europe. Featuring more than 100 weapons, drones, and more, the game pits players against each other in an ongoing conflict over the last natural resources on Earth. The game offers players ten different maps to compete on, as well as a variety of both PvP and PvE missions ranging from search and destroy to team deathmatch. There's even a PvE tutorial to get everyone started.
Strategy will be key in Ironsight, with players making use of drones, cluster bombs, and even mechs to get the job done. In addition, players can specialize in their game play.
To get in on the beta action, you'll simply need to head over to the Ironsight page and download the client. Ironsight is not currently available on Steam, but you can check out our First Look video while you're downloading!
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