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Crucible is now on Steam, and free – Season 1 start date set for July

May 20, 2020 Crucible is out on Steam – for actual, now.

The first main launch from Amazon Game Studios is lastly dwell, as Crucible is now out there on Steam. The free-to-play team-based shooter has been a very long time coming, and our early appears at it have been promising – however now we lastly get to see it within the arms of an enormous viewers. The rollout has additionally revealed what to anticipate from the sport’s dwell construction, and the Season 1 begin date is ready for mid-July.

For now, Crucible is in its eight-week pre-season, throughout which “gamers can study the sport, uncover and construct ability taking part in their favorite hunters, and start honing their technique earlier than Season 1 kicks off”. A purchasable pre-season battle go will allow you to full challenges to unlock rewards, together with cosmetics for characters and your account – simply as any battle go would.

The eight-week pre-season places the beginning date for Season 1 at roughly July 15, and studio head Louis Castle tells GamesBeat that every one the sport’s seasons might be roughly eight weeks lengthy.

Check out the launch trailer beneath.

Crucible is now on Steam, and free – Season 1 start date set for July

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