Atlas Reactor: Blur trailer, September 30 head-start, October 4 launch

Turn-based strategy MOBA Atlas Reactor is launching for real on October 4th on both Steam and Trion’s Glyph platform, the studio announced in a press release this morning. You’ll be paying $19.99 if you pre-purchase now, or $29.99 when it launches. Early buyers will be participating in the planned head-start period beginning on September 30th.

Atlas Reactor reinvents tactical team combat, combining competitive, fast-paced action with simultaneous turns in high-stakes, high-risk battles. Players must outsmart and outgun their fellow Freelancers with mere seconds to survey the field, coordinate with their team and lock in their moves, all while watching the action play out all at the same time. By working together as a team and predicting your opponents’ actions, players must devise the best strategy to put themselves one step ahead of the opposition and achieve victory.”

Atlas Reactor finished up its closed beta earlier this summer. It was originally planned as a free-to-play title, but Trion switched to B2P in May 2016, just before entering early access, saying its players “really just wanted to be able to just pick up the game and have all the options open to them.”

Trion is going all-out on Atlas Reactor; it’s teamed up with Blur for an epic trailer, the same one it teased back in July. We’ve included it below!

Source: Press release, dev blog
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