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Yager announces PC dogfighting game Dreadnought


More Unreal Engine 4 multiplayer ship battles

The next game from Spec Ops: The Line developer Yager is an aerial dogfighting title for PC called Dreadnought. If CG trailers aren't your thing, hit the gallery below for screenshots. This is being built in Unreal Engine 4, so the game itself still looks sharp.

In a war-torn future, you are the mercenary captain of a gigantic ship and with that rank comes responsibility -- lots of it. Players "will assume complete control, dedicating power to specific sub-systems, customizing weapons, engines, armor, abilities, crew and their ships' aesthetics," explains Yager. Watch out for a public beta test early next year.

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  • If you lose your ship in Dreadnought, you get put in a dinky little jet - Brett Makedonski
  • A detailed look at Dreadnought - Robert Summa
  • This Dreadnought video shows you how to actually play Dreadnought - Brett Makedonski
  • I didn't think Dreadnought's hulking ships could be as fun as they are - Brett Makedonski
  • Dreadnought's huge spaceships are a fairly untapped idea, but still feel familiar - Darren Nakamura
  • Yager announces PC dogfighting game Dreadnought - Jordan Devore
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