We’ve listened, and Robocraft Royale is now free-to-play. All those who bought the game will be refunded, just click here. Don’t worry you’ll keep the cosmetic Dino Mask you received in Robocraft original. Thank you for your passion and commitment supporting our game.
This is our last Free Alpha test before the big day. No, we’re not getting married, but we are excitedly nervous. This test will last for 24 hours so it’s going to be intense. We’ve been working hard since the last test, implementing new ideas and smoothing out the game-play experience for you. But once again we need you to help us find out if it works and help inform us on how we move forward.
Our second alpha test goes live on Tuesday, March 8th (15.00 UTC+0) and we’re excited to see how the community responds to the recent changes. There’s a lot that’s different in this update and we think it brings Robocraft Royale closer to a proper battle royale game.
We started work on Robocraft Royale at the end of November last year. And now the day for the first public Royale test is here. We’re really excited to finally offer you the chance to play. This is the 1st opportunity to take Robocraft in a new direction and show off your builds to a broader audience.
In Robocraft Royale, you start in a very simple four wheeled buggy equipped with a single laser cannon. Scattered across the map are robots with various movement modes ranging from tank tracks to wings. You will have to choose the best robot for your playstyle and fight 100 other players for domination. Recognizing the Designers We wanted a nice variety of cool sci-vehicles, but also the funny and silly robots that are the core character of Robocraft.
Welcome to the second blog post and thanks for stopping by. In the first blog post I gave you a rather broad overview of how we quickly put together Robocraft Royale. I thought some of you might be interested in how we made a map able to accommodate 100 players as quickly as possible.