Dune: Spice Wars is on its way to PC Game Pass

by Claudiu Andone
Claudiu Andone
Claudiu Andone
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  • Dune: Spice Wars is a real-time strategy game developed by Shiro Games and it's coming to PC via Game Pass soon.
  • You won't be able to sneak your quad behind the base like in the old Dune 2 PC game.
  • However, the new 4K title looks great and it promises a lot of building and war action. 
Dune Spice Wars is coming to PC via game pass

If you’re a nostalgic gamer like us, you sure remember the early PC game Dune 2. Now, with the remake of the famous saga on the big screen, a new strategy game will be unleashed.

As an Xbox blog post announced, Dune: Spice Wars is coming to PC Game Pass but the launch date was yet to be announced.

Dune: Spice Wars unleashes the battle on Arrakis

The game is developed by Shiro Games and co-published by Funcom, and it is a 4X, real-time strategy game.

The scene is set and the Arrakis desert will be the battleground for one of the three factions: Atreides, Harkonen, and the smugglers trying to benefit from the confusion.

There are not too many details on the action but the developers say something about recruiting agents, building defenses, and exploiting the territory around your base.

To keep it consistent in Frank Herbert’s story, you will also have to manage your relations with the Imperium in order to stay ahead.

In the clip, we could also spot a lot of troops, and ornithopters, and we could bet that the sandworms are lurking all around and below the dunes.

The rumors say that Dune: Spice Wars will be released sometime in 2023 but who knows, let’s be optimistic and hope for a Christmas release.

In the meantime, we can enjoy some of the best browser games and kill some time, right?

What do you think about the upcoming Dune: Spice Wars title? Let’s start a conversation in the comments section below.

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