Posts Tagged ‘Victory Command’

Petroglyph’s MOBA Victory Command Out In Early Access

I suspect a large part of why most MOBAs are about wizards is because it’s easy to wave away questions about the genre’s intricacies and absurdities by saying “A wizard did it.” Wizards aren’t cool though, are they? You know what’s cool? Tanks, guns, bombs, and bullets. If only tanks could be wizards! Alas, the elver blood shortage prohibits weaving tank-sized robes.

Undeterred, Grey Goo developers Petroglyph are making a military MOBA where each player controls a company of 2-12 units. Victory Command [official site] will be free-to-play when it properly launches but, for folks who dig the idea of MOBAs but don’t want to be a daggy wizard, you can now buy into the beta through Steam Early Access.

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Victory Achieved: Petroglyph’s Army Arena Battler Reborn

I hope it's... great. Aye? Right? Yeah? Great? Great victory? Remember the Internet yeh?

Cast your mind back to the distant year of 2013, when developers Petroglyph failed to Kickstarter multiplayer arena-o-RTT-ish game Victory. The Grey Goo gang dreamed of 5-on-5 multiplayer online arena battles between combined arms armies composed and customised by players, but didn’t get anywhere near their $700,000 goal. They did, however, say several publishers had shown interest so they might get to make it after all. And so they have!

The free-to-play game now named Victory Command [official site], and now co-developed by South Korean F2P folks Neoact, has been re-revealed and opened beta signups.

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