Amazon launches a free-to-play game Crucible after almost 5 years development


Amazon Launches a free-to-play game Crucible on popular gaming platform Steam after 5 years of development

Amazon Game Studios’ team-based sci-fi shooter, Crucible, was officially launched on  Wednesday. The free-to-play competitive PC game is now available to download on a popular gaming platform Steam and also on Amazon game studio. You can choose to play as a human, robot, or alien hunter on another planet, and can level up by capturing the resource Essence.

The game comes with three modes. One, called Heart of the Hives, has two teams of four battling monsters who protect hives, with the goal of capturing three hearts from hives before the other team does. In Harvester Command, two teams of eight battle to capture and hold Harvesters on the map so they can control Essence, with the objective of draining the opponents’ resources. In Alpha Hunters, two teams of eight fight to the death.

Crucible has a hunter for every play style, including Earl, an inter-stellar trucker who’s built like a tank and has a gun sized to match, Bugg, a robot botanist whose primary concern is protecting his plants, and Summer, a champion fighter and former welder whose flame throwers keep things hot on the battlefield

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Amazon Game Studios (AGS) is an American video game developer and division of the online retailing company Amazon that focuses on the development of video games. However, Crucible likes have been seen having a downfall after 2 days of launch. According to the steam report, the game had an average of 25000 players playing at a time on the launch day but soon dropped day-by-day to 5000 players at a time.

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