Developer Shiro Games and publisher Funcom have announced that Dune: Spice Wars, the first game from the Dune universe in two decades, will be leaving Early Access in September. The game has been in Early Access for over a year and during this time Shiro Games has released five major updates that have significantly expanded the game. You can get a taste of the precious spice in the brand new gamescom trailer for Dune: Spice Wars.
Dune: Spice Wars lets players lead one of the Great Houses of the Empire and control Arrakis and the Spice Market. Through intrigue, warfare, economics and espionage, players rule the desert or, if necessary, become buried in it.
Dune: Spice Wars with a new trailer at Gamescom
Since landing on Arrakis, players have enjoyed the addition of multiplayer, House Corrino, flying units, new buildings, major AI improvements, conquest scenarios, other community-requested features, and much more.
From the beginning, updates have focused not only on the growth of the game, with a focus on new features and content, but also on expanding the 4X strategy game. This also enables other players to discover the genre for themselves.
As the launch draws ever closer, Shiro founder and CEO Nicolas Cannasse said: “Our goal was to create a content-rich 4X game that is easy to understand, yet difficult to master. The game is aimed at newcomers as well as genre enthusiasts, with regular updates and taking into account the feedback and support of our growing community. We can’t wait to see players immerse themselves in our game.”
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