Dawn of Andromeda Titans

Posted on 07 Feb 2017 by
Stephen Haselden

With only two months spent in Steam Early Access so far, Dawn of Andromeda (DoA) seems to be coming along nicely. While some bugs and crashes are still being reported, players are also reporting good development progress, and an appreciation of the faster play style this new RTS 4X affords them.

As of Monday, DoA players can enjoy the game’s biggest update yet. The Titans update introduces a new ship class – Titans, but also a host of other highly anticipated features such as: Race specific technologies, new late game events, new race traits, new ship design features and much more..

DoA is a game I’m keeping a close eye on, its certainly got an attractive feature list, and if all goes well with beta testing and bug hunting, then I expect I’ll be enjoying this 4X for a long time to come.

Official Press Release

Haarlem, The Netherlands – 6 February 2017 – Developer Grey Wolf Entertainment announces a major update today for its pausable, real-time space 4x title Dawn of Andromeda (PC), available in Steam’s Early Access program.  A brand new ship class, ‘The Titans’  and the much requested option to edit existing designs and retrofit ships, are now implemented. Moreover, the player will find new space creature types, late game events, Dead Stars, new backgrounds, new traits and technologies.

Mike Domingues, lead developer at Grey Wolf Entertainment says: “We are very happy to announce the release of the biggest update we’ve done so far, codenamed Titan. The past two months have been very exciting for us, we’ve received some great feedback from the community and we already feel Dawn of Andromeda has come a long way since the first build we released in Steam’s Early Access. There is still work to do but we are very happy with the progress so far and can’t wait to show what we have in store for the near future.”

Dawn of Andromeda is now available at a 20% discount this week on Steam. Publisher Iceberg Interactive is planning to release the game from Early Access in Q2-17.

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