That was fast. Less than two months since 4X technique game Dune: Spice Wars rolled into early entry on Steam, developer Shiro Games is gearing up so as to add multiplayer, alongside some new options constructed round participant teamwork. Shiro Games supplied a fast glimpse of the multiplayer at at present’s PC Gaming Show.
Spice Wars’ multiplayer mode will help as much as 4 gamers, going at one another in free-for-all or 2v2 staff matches. It’ll additionally help co-op vs AI factions, which is unquestionably going to be my most popular solution to play. Just me and the homies, ganging as much as bully Baron Harkonnen right off the planet.
Alongside the multiplayer update, Shiro will likely be rolling out “new synergy systems between factions” that it says “will open a vast number of strategies to help you crush your opponents.”
That’s the sort of factor I hoped to see extra of in Spice Wars after I performed it again in April. It’s a promising, breezy real-time 4X, and it is stuffed with acquainted Dune names, just like the Atreides and the Fremen and the Harkonnen’s vicious Sardaukar troopers, however I nonetheless felt that Dune: Spice Wars may use extra taste textual content and extra significant distinctions between factions. The synergy programs sound like a great begin in that route.
Shiro Games did not have a precise date for Spice Wars’ multiplayer update, however it’s coming someday this June.