Bandai Namco and Primal Game Studio announced today that their free-to-play MOBA/RTS, Supernova, is now in Open Beta. Anyone can now hop into the game and give it a try.
To celebrate the beta launch, the developer has added two new playable commanders Zan-Kir and J.P. Zan-Kir is a martial arts master while J.P. is armed to the teeth with missiles, lasers, and more. New skins and an aesthetic feature called "Environments" have also been added. The Environments will allow players to pick a backdrop before entering a match.
Those wanting to try out the Supernova open beta can signup on the official game site.
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