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Team-based space combat game Fractured Space has made the switch to free-to-play with the release of its latest update, developer Edge Case Games has announced.

The update introduces two new sector maps, two new ships, rebalances the game, and adds a new Drop System that offers rewards to players for a variety of in-game activities. There are also new Drop Pods, which can unlock new crew, that are earned on a daily basis through the completion of games.

?Fractured Space is fundamentally team-based and we believe the new update will add a strong competitive element to our universe and increase accessibility to new players? James Brooksby, CEO of Edge Case Games, said. ?We listen to our community and get their feedback, and this continues to help us shape the game as we move closer to full launch.?

Finally, the update revamps the tutorial system and adds the Firing Range, where players can test any ship before purchase.

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Fractured Space gets a new update, switches to free-to-play

Team-based space combat game Fractured Space has made the switch to free-to-play with the release of its latest update, developer Edge Case Games has announced.

By Matthew Bennett | 05/20/2016 07:00 AM PT

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Team-based space combat game Fractured Space has made the switch to free-to-play with the release of its latest update, developer Edge Case Games has announced.

The update introduces two new sector maps, two new ships, rebalances the game, and adds a new Drop System that offers rewards to players for a variety of in-game activities. There are also new Drop Pods, which can unlock new crew, that are earned on a daily basis through the completion of games.

?Fractured Space is fundamentally team-based and we believe the new update will add a strong competitive element to our universe and increase accessibility to new players? James Brooksby, CEO of Edge Case Games, said. ?We listen to our community and get their feedback, and this continues to help us shape the game as we move closer to full launch.?

Finally, the update revamps the tutorial system and adds the Firing Range, where players can test any ship before purchase.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89