PlanetSide Arena is a highly competitive first person shooter developed by Daybreak Game Company, makers of Planescape: The Eternity War. The game was released in late 2021 and featured a number one hit single, ” Crate Duty.” PlanetSide is a massive multi-player online role-playing game (MMO) based on the massively popular online browser game, Second Life. In PlanetSide: Tower defense, your objective is to protect the Earth from the evil forces of Dr. Darkkan. The game is completely free and there are numerous weapons, vehicles, upgrades, abilities, and secrets to be found throughout the maps.
PlanetSide: Tower defense follows the story of the corporation, Horizon Station which sends you as reinforcements against the merciless Dr. Darkkan. You are assigned to guard the Earth against within the Earth’s atmosphere using massive-scale defense platforms. The gameplay is quite intense as you have to shoot down waves of enemy drones, support units, and invaders that charge across the maps. Although the graphics are not the best in either its initial release or now, it still offers a great deal of fun and provides an intense gaming experience.
PlanetSide: Tower defense Early Access will be available for select users at an early access launch date. This will give you the opportunity to test out the game and provide feedback to help shape the final product. If you are among the first users of the game, you will be given early access to a limited number of weapons and vehicles to use and a handful of levels. This early access period will also grant you the chance to play the game without any financial investment. However, please note that PlanetSide: Tower defense Early Access does not include any of the premium content that comes with the full version.
PlanetSide: Tower defense follows the storyline of the original PlanetSide: Battle royale game. The player assumes the role of one of several important characters that were part of the original workforce on the outer planets of planetside. These characters include the likes of the pilot, marine, soldier, and hacker. As you battle against waves of enemy aliens, you will need to utilize weapons and vehicles in order to achieve victory. Additionally, each character in the game has special skills and capabilities that can help you boost your chances of winning.
There are several different game modes in the game that can be played by all players. These game modes range from the Story Mode, which puts players into the shoes of one of the major characters in the game (the pilot), to the Endless Game mode, which places numerous players into a constant battle on several planets. Likewise, there is also the Multiplayer mode, which pits groups of players against each other in an effort to completely destroy the other team. Lastly, there is the Arena mode, which allows for a variety of game modes including the classic battle royale format. Each of these game modes, though, can be played in either split-screen or 3D.
In contrast to its competitors, PlanetSide Arena offers a single player gameplay. Players can select either the ” duel” or ” conquest” game modes and go head-to-head against each other using only their controllers. There are no loadouts, meaning each player is given a base number of weapons and armor before the game begins. For some, this can prove to be a disadvantage, as those with better armor and weaponry have an upper hand in a duel or conquest scenario.
PlanetSide Arena’s single player gameplay, however, doesn’t have many advantages over games like EverQuest or Age of Conan. While it’s possible to build a character that appears to be custom built by the developers, character customization is not possible in PlanetSide Arena due to the limited amount of items and weapons available to players. As such, players are required to choose on their own equipment, meaning that the lack of choice is another major drawback.
It’s unclear at this point whether or not PlanetSide will receive any further updates or what kinds of features may be included in the future. A release date has not been announced, and it’s unclear if PlanetSide Arena will be able to support cross-platform play between Xbox Live and PlayStation 4. A future update may introduce new features, but as of now, it appears that PlanetSide 2 will stay focused on the original PlanetSide formula and won’t receive any major changes. Hopefully, that’ll be enough to keep gamers interested!