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Submitted by Lokai 1028d ago | news

Pre-alpha gameplay of Planetary Annihilation

This not so long ago Kickstarter was very successful with $2,220,000 in pledges, making it one of the most successful video game Kickstarters and to my knowledge by far the most successful in the real time strategy genre. Uber Entertainment has just released the very first gameplay video, pre-alpha, of that epic sci-fi RTS: Planetary Annihilation.

This fifteen minute video is commentated by three of the developers at Uber Entertainment and they reveal some interesting things about the game, like a very interesting replay feature that will let you click on a destroyed unit to see exactly what killed them.

Lastly, at the end of the video they have announced that the alpha for Planetary Annihilation will be arriving in May, most likely, and that goes to anyone who has pre-ordered the game or backed it at the tier that allows access to that. (PC, Planetary Annihilation, Uber Entertainment)

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