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Starborne: Frontiers

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Developer: Solid Clouds

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'Starborne: Frontiers' Is A New Spacefaring MMORPG - Trailer

by Rainier on July 16, 2021 @ 11:56 a.m. PDT

Starborne: Frontiers is a persistent MMORPG where you navigate a web of complex alliances and conflicts among the stars.

Starborne: Frontiers gives you the opportunity to explore the dazzling, expansive universe while continuously surprising and delighting its voyagers. Frontiers takes place in the same universe as Sovereign Space, but offers radically different gameplay with expanded lore and story.

Frontiers will depart from Sovereign Space’s real-time empire-building format, rather challenging players in completely new ways as they cross the galaxy on desktop or mobile. As their renown grows they will build personalized bases, discover the secrets of the galaxy, team up with fellow commanders, and take on dangerous challenges through both PvP and PvE combats.

On their travels, they may encounter over a dozen deep, unique factions with their own histories and philosophies - that will either help or hinder their progress as they strive to claim their dominance on the frontier.

Solid Clouds, known for Starborne: Sovereign Space, officially became Iceland’s first public game developer as it launched its IPO at the end of June, resulting in a staggering four-time oversubscription for stock.

The developer capped the accomplishment by announcing a completely new game with a teaser trailer.

“I am very excited about the opportunity to tell deeper stories with our games”  says Stefán Gunnarsson, CEO of Solid Clouds. “We’ve come together and built the technical base that will allow us to truly dive into this massive universe and give our players more elaborate stories and role-playing elements. We’ve put enough work into Starborne’s factions and characters to fill a book or two! Finally, we’re getting a chance to share it with the world and it feels great.”

Further updates on the game’s release and development will become available on Starborne’s website. The team has already published enticing glimpses into the history of Starborne: Frontier’s galaxy and will continue to release Lore pieces to add to its depth for fans and newbies alike. 


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