Players interested in checking out Kakao Games’ upcoming multiplayer shooter Dysterra can get an early look starting today. The publisher released a demo of the game this morning, giving players a glimpse at the dystopian world they’ll be joining when the game officially launches.
As with most shooters, Dysterra is focused on battles using both melee weapons and firearms. The dystopian survival portion of the game is covered with base construction and crafting. For the duration of the demo, the developers have lowered the requirements to access this feature so everyone can have a taste.
Those who played in the game’s beta tests may notice a few changes in today’s demo. The most important of these is an improvement to server stability, which they can experience between now and the end of the demo period on June 21.
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