Sci-Fi MMO, Dual Universe, Launches Into Alpha With Stunning Trailer and Detailed Alpha Gameplay Video

Last week, Novaquark hit it’s biggest milestone yet in the development of its sci-fi civilization-building MMO, Dual Universe, launching into its first playable Alpha. To celebrate this exciting milestone and build upon the game’s recently-released launch trailer, the team has put together a brand new video that offers an in-depth look at all the features currently available in Dual Universe’s Alpha 1. Commented by Jean-Christophe Baillie, CEO & Creative Director of Novaquark and Baptiste Agati, Game Designer of Dual Universe,  it includes everything from creation tools for building futuristic cityscapes, to hoverbikes for exploring uncharted planets.

That’s not all, though. Did you miss Dual Universe’s Alpha launch this past week? We’ve got you covered! Here’s a recap of everything you need to know about the current state of Dual Universe:

  • Check out Dual Universe’s gorgeous, universe-spanning Alpha launch trailer here:

  • Built upon four key pillars – Explore, Build, Trade, Conquer – Alpha 1 brings the first two facets of this massive sci-fi sandbox to life, allowing players to explore and build almost anything they can imagine with a wealth of tools for building, blueprinting, mining, harvesting, crafting, transporting, storing, and selling resources
  • Thanks to the dev team’s terraforming efforts, Alioth, the game’s starting planet, has reached an area size close to the one of real life Great Britain, and that’s only the first planet.
  • As the first major step in Novaquark’s ambitious development roadmap through launch in 2020, check out what players can expect from Dual Universe’s future milestone updates here:

Dual Universe is available now in its Alpha 1 phase, with Alpha 2 slated to arrive in the first half of 2019.

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