Trinium Wars releases on Steam early access

    
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It’s 200 years after World War III (the time just flies by, doesn’t it?) and two factions are engaged in a ruthless struggle on a new Earth for a rare resource. This is the setting of Trinium Wars, a sci-fi MMO that released today on Steam early access.

Hanmarusoft says that most of the key features are already in place, although there’s work to be done. As it’s buy-to-play, players will need to front a purchase (the cheapest edition is currently a little over $10 on sale), the proceeds of which will go to fund further development. The devs said that more content is on the way, including a MOBA-style PvP arena, more maps, and the RvR resource war.

We’ve got the Trinium Wars launch trailer and gallery for you after the jump!

Source: Steam
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MrEllis
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MrEllis

“My life fades. The vision dims. All that remains are memories. I remember a time of chaos, ruined dreams, this wasted land. But most of all, I remember the higher resolutions. A world less muddy brown. Animations and better poly counts.”

Lord Zorvan
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Lord Zorvan

Shut down in less than 6 months. Guaranteed.

DaemonHardrod
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DaemonHardrod

Armsbend Probably the same things we learned from I and II.

aboomwithaview
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aboomwithaview

Found their real website: http://www.triniumwars.com/

McSleaz
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McSleaz

Got this for free by doing a survey sent to me by world tour fishing, guess i should try it out……….

aboomwithaview
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aboomwithaview

Seeing as its only available through Steam youve got to wonder if they expected such a mad rush on launch day with 45 players online: 
http://steamcharts.com/app/410560#48h

Also tried to dig around for a main page to see if the client was available stand alone but the best I can find is the hilarious http://www.wedonothaveurl.com they have listed on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hanmaru-soft

Budukahn
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Budukahn

I’m not generally one who’s too big on graphics.  My ailing rig is increasingly struggling not to blow up when confronted with modern games and I’ve gotten increasingly used to playing in resolutions I last used in Windows 98. But it does seem odd, to me, that a game that proudly headlines itself as being the brain child of a lead artist from a well known game should look a bit… pants, in it’s promotional trailers.  
Regardless, I was tempted to give it a go when it came out because chainsaw swords and tanks. But now that it has a price tag it just doesn’t look compelling enough to put any money down upfront.

Filur
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Filur

This game could have a lot more potential if the graphics didn’t look so outdated. 4-6 months to full release makes it even worse.

Greaterdivinity
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Greaterdivinity

Wait, $10 EA price? I thought this was going to be F2P. Welp, guess this is back off my radar for now. GUESS I JUST MADE SOME TIME FOR THE DEFIANCE UPDATE!

Ceois
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Ceois

Is this an Asian MMO grinder?