The developers behind Moonbreaker are hosting two preview weekends on Steam in September, bringing the game to early entry later this month.
Moonbreaker will hit Steam Early Access on September 29. But those wanting to try the game even earlier may participate in one of two playtests via Steam. The first will take place between September 9 and September 11 and the second is from September 16 to September 18. The whole game will be unlocked for the testers, but some in-game systems and a store will be unlocked.
Moonbreaker is a digital game that you can build armies from a vast selection of units in order to survive. But kicker is you can paint your unit, using the dozens of colours and brush types, to make each model unique. Try painting, with professional models to make the army look the best on the battlefield.
Please log in to the game and go to Moonbreaker’s Steam page. Afterwards, you will be able to take the playtest and take the title “Assign the playtest”. After confirming the request, you’ll have to wait for an email notification from developers to see when they are ready for participants to take in and explore the Reaches.
Invited participants will access all Season 1 units and captains right away, so they don’t need to unlock them, saving valuable game time even if players are willing to try out Captains, build custom units, paint units, etc. After the test, virtually all progress will be lost. However, for the player paint, the games will be saved and carried to the Early Access launch.
Moonbreaker – Gamescom 2022. 14 Images
IGN’s Matt Purslow had the opportunity to play Moonbreaker at Gamescom 2022, and noted that the game has “tremendous promise” as it delivers “a whole lot of things you’ll expect from a miniatures game: an robust rule set for turn-based combat, simple tactical choices that build into deep strategies, and a swarm of very cool miniatures split into colourful different factions.”