Starborne Frontiers, downgraded from a permanent MMO, has a soft launch, but only on mobile

We were all pretty excited in 2021 when Starborne Sovereign Space Developer Solid Clouds announced a persistent MMORPG spinoff called Starborne Frontiers, who bring all the sci-fi MMO know-how of the former CCP developers to the team. Unfortunately, the game was downgraded to a “squad RPG” only for PC and mobile by early 2022, as the developers even edited the MMORPG language from their early press releases (fortunately they didn’t have the only copies!).

After a closed beta that began last June, the game has finally reached its launch phase, or at least its “soft launch” phase, and it seems to have changed genres once more, as Solid Clouds has conquered beyond its mobile functionality and gacha inspirations speaks. Oh yeah, and PC has apparently been pushed back to “later this year”; This soft launch is for Apple and Google mobile devices only.

“Starborne: Frontiers is a unique mobile experience for sci-fi fans, available now on iOS and Android devices, with a PC release to follow later this year. The game takes inspiration from popular gacha and tactics-based games, but features unique strategy elements and a realistic art style not common in the genre. Starborne: Frontiers promises a story-driven experience that expands on the intrigue and mystery of the Starborne universe. Set 400 years in the future, players find themselves on the lawless fringes of the Starborne Universe, where megacorporations fight for wealth and control. From the ruthless Zealot pirates of XAOC to the immortal scientists of Everliving, each group has their own agenda to pursue. Players must rely on their fleet to protect themselves and fight their way to the top of the galaxy.”

Far from a permanent MMORPG indeed. After all, there is still a multiplayer component: “Starborne: Limits also offers exciting PvP and cooperative gameplay. Players can enter the arena to test their skills against other players, or team up with an alliance to tackle challenges together.”

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