Shiro Games’ early access title will continue to receive content in the coming months.
Real-time strategy fans have a good opportunity in Dune: Spice Wars to continue giving free rein to their hobby, although the Shiro Games title is still in early access since its launch on PC in April. However, there were pending news that have recently arrived.
The studio has published the first major update to the RTS, which includes the multiplayer mode as its main attraction. In this way we will be able to join games two against two or four players (with the Atreides and Harkonnen houses and the Fremen and Smugglers factions), on dedicated servers or in a peer-to-peer connection.
Various parameters can be adjustedAny free seats in the game will be assigned to the AI, so there is no need for a specific number of players to gather. Different difficulty modes can be configured, as well as adjusting the victory conditions, the size of the map or the activity of the sandworms.
In addition to all this, there are more news outside the multiplayer mode. More political resolutions have been added, as well as including new events and regions. There are also tweaks to gameplay systems, with a heavy focus on development trees and synergies between factions.
On the Shiro Games roadmap are many more additions that will be implemented in the RTS before its final release in 2023. If you want to know what we thought at first, we encourage you to take a look at the impressions of Dune: Spice Wars that we published at the end of April.
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