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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 07:00

Fortnight is really coming

Written by David Stellmack

Epic taking signups for the Alpha

After months of nothing but silence, it finally appears that Epic is starting to take the wraps off of its new upcoming title called Fortnight. Epic spilled the details to Game Informer who put it in the May issue, but we have learned a lot about what is already in there.

The game itself is said to be best described as a free-to-play coorperative third-person shooter with a fort building theme that takes advantage of the day and night cycles while you try and fend off waves of enemy attacks.

The game is said to use a RPG style progressions system with a number of other familiar elements from the RPG world like looting, PvP battles, and multiple campaigns are all apart of Fortnight. The game has apparently evolved a lot since Cliff Blezinski, Mike Capps, and Rod Fergusson where at Epic.

Epic is taking sign-ups by those who want to be part of testing and playing the Alpha version here.

 

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