Free RTS game Dawn of Steel comes to Windows 10 with gorgeous graphics
As rumored a while ago, Flare Games finally brought its Dawn of Steel game onto the Windows Store. This real-time strategy game has been very popular among iOS users and now it’s landed on the Windows Store. The game is currently available for free from the Windows Store and features with in-app purchases.
Below is the developer’s description of the game:
Command a powerful force of mechanized walkers and crush enemy bases in Dawn of Steel, an action-packed real-time strategy game. Your combat skills alone determine the outcome of the battle. Establish your base and defend it with all your might against attacks from other players. Use direct controls to command your units during combat, and organize your defenses to best exploit the enemy’s weaknesses. Intuitive swipe commands let you unleash powerful attacks from your Rigs with a flick of your finger. Dawn of Steel is the highly awaited first game from hot game studio Superweapon, a small team of veteran Command & Conquer developers.
The race to conquer the planet Leviathan and mine the mysterious energy source Plasma is on! Take control of immensely powerful mechanized walkers called Rigs as you raid enemy bases, and claim their resources as your own. Gain the upper hand by customizing and upgrading your forces to suit your own style of play. Expand your control over the planet, as you unlock new territories to conquer.
Below is a list of Dawn of Steel’s Main features:
- A gorgeous world with stunning FX rendered in full 3D
- Fine-tune your attacks with direct unit control
- Intuitive swipe mechanics for devastating special attacks
- Four powerful Rigs with wholly unique abilities
- Hundreds of different customization options
- Unlock and conquer new territories across a dynamic world
- Build the perfect base, balance your defenses, and crush your opponents
We’ve played the game for a short while and can indeed confirm that its graphics are impressive for a game of its category. Game controls aren’t as complicated as they are with other games and you learn how to play the game pretty fast. Playing it on my 2-in-1 hybrid Windows 10 tablet has been really nice since I can play the game either with my mouse and keyboard or through touch.
All in all, this is a good game to sit back and relax — go ahead and give a try and let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below!
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