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Ex-Blizzard Devs Reveal Their New RTS, Stormgate

Frost Giant Studios unveiled its debut project – a free-to-play RTS set in a post-apocalyptic world.

During the Summer Game Fest kickoff, Frost Giant, a studio made up of ex-Blizzard developers credited for games like StarCraft 2, Diablo 4, and Warcraft 3, announced its debut game, Stormgate.

Stormgate is a free-to-play real-time strategy set in a post-apocalyptic future. The game is powered by Unreal Engine 5 and will support HD visuals in 4K along with "hundreds of units in epic, large-scale wars across a variety of maps and tilesets." It will include the built-in tournament system and feature a co-op mode that supports up to three players as well as classic 1v1 matches.

The game will follow a story of a war between humanity and alien invaders who are obsessed with claiming the planet as their own. Players will be able to choose one of the two factions, the Human Resistance or Infernal Hosts, to defend the Earth or stand with the invaders.
"We are building Stormgate for the real-time strategy community – past, present, and future," said Tim Morten, CEO and production director at Frost Giant Studios. "Our vision is to create a social experience that breaks down the barriers that have kept people away, to welcome back players who have been waiting for the next great RTS, and to prove that the RTS genre can thrive once again.
Stormgate is currently in the pre-alpha development stage, and its Beta testing is set to start in 2023. A full release date is yet to be revealed.

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