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Unknown Worlds and Krafton launch Moonbreaker into early access

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Register today.Krafton and Uknown Worlds announced today that Moonbreaker has officially entered early access and is available on PC and Mac via Steam.

Developed by Unknown Worlds, creators of the Subnautica series, Moonbreaker is a new turn-based, tabletop tactics game designed to be a true digital miniatures experience set in an expansive sci-fi universe crafted by author Brandon Sanderson (Mistborn series, Stormlight Archive, Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time). “Moonbreaker’s Early Access launch is just the beginning,” said Charlie Cleveland, game director at Unknown Worlds, in a statement. “Given Unknown World’s history of iterating on our games while they’re in early access, we are committed to working closely with Krafton and Moonbreaker’s community to build the game into something truly special and long-lasting.

We look at today’s early access launch as the first in many chapters and we can’t wait for our community to see what we have in store for this game in the coming months.”Through accessible turn-based competitive gameplay, ongoing content releases, and deep customization, Moonbreaker offers a variety of gameplay experiences, especially for fans of tabletop tactics, turn-based strategy and collectible card games, Krafton said.GamesBeat Summit Next 2022Join gaming leaders live this October 25-26 in San Francisco to examine the next big opportunities within the gaming industry.Players can lead their rosters – made up of captains, crew and assists — in fast-paced, turn-based encounters with various gameplay possibilities.

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