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Robocraft Infinity

Platform(s): PC, Xbox One
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Freejam
Release Date: 2018

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'Robocraft Infinity' (ALL) Xbox One Public Beta This Weekend - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on March 13, 2018 @ 10:08 a.m. PDT

Robocraft Infinity is a buy-to-play multiplayer game which allows you to construct complex robotic creations and take them into combat online in intense 5 vs. 5 battles.

Robocraft Infinity is a new iteration of their flagship indie hit Robocraft, exclusively for Xbox One and Windows 10.

Robocraft Infinity empowers players to build awesome robots block-by-block and then take them into battle against fellow creators online. Jet cars, tanks, flying warships, helicopters, drones, dinosaurs, scorpions – anything is possible to build and no two battles are ever the same, as you never know what foe you will face next. Robocraft Infinity will feature that same compelling gameplay mix enhanced with an all-new progression system, massive combat balance redux, full controller support, achievements  and more features set to be revealed over the coming months.


The first large-scale public beta test for their Xbox One exclusive Robocraft Infinity will take place this weekend. Servers will be open from Friday 16th March at 12:00 UTC thru to Monday 19th March at 12:00 UTC  Players can secure access by signing up via the Xbox Insider Hub app, which can be downloaded from the Store (please note you must be 18 years of age to use the Insider Hub). Once in the app, Robocraft Infinity can be found under ‘Insider Content’. Access will be granted on a first come, first served basis once servers open on Friday.

The beta test features the complete editor toolset and two different 5 vs. 5 multiplayer game modes, Team Deathmatch and the capture point-based Battle Arena. Players can also upload and share their robotic creations with the entire community for free, via the Factory.

"We're aiming for 100,000 players to take part in the beta this weekend, so we can test our server infrastructure prior to launch," explained producer, Luis Dellinger. "This test is a big moment in  Robocraft Infinity's development and we can't wait to jump onto servers ourselves and see what kind of crazy robots players will create!"

Robocraft Infinity will be a standalone, buy-to-play game and is confirmed as part of Microsoft's Xbox Play Anywhere initiative. This means all those who purchase  Robocraft Infinity digitally will be able to play the game on Windows 10 PC and Xbox One at their leisure and have their achievement and game progress follow them wherever they play.

Robocraft Infinity is set to launch this Spring.


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