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Gigantic Gameplay 2016: Open Beta Arrives on Xbox One and PC

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Ahead of its final release, Motiga’s Gigantic game will first launch an open beta on the Xbox One and PC platform. As announced by the developer, the beta is scheduled to arrive this coming December 8, 2016. The game could possibly be part of Microsoft’s cross-play program. This is because it is made part of the company’s Game Preview program. Gigantic gameplay 2016 open beta will also introduce two to three interesting features for the fans.

According to the news, players will be able to pick heroes coming from a weekly rotation. This is throughout the open beta schedule. Heroes per week will be presented by six from the total of 16 “Gigantic” heroes. At least three maps of the game will be introduced as confirmed by Motiga. The report also said that “Gigantic” may have reached the Windows store earlier this month, but the developer is waiting for the open beta to announce it.

Gigantic Gameplay 2016 features

The feature on the Gigantic gameplay 2016 says “Each hero features a unique play style that can be further customized via skill trees during each match. Teams work together to attack enemies while claiming points on the map to summon powerful Creatures. Players can power up their team’s Guardian by controlling the battlefield and defeating enemies. Victory is awarded to the team that overpowers their opponents’ Guardian.

Motiga, on the other hand, did not indicate when the Gigantic Open Beta will end. But for fans who wish to try it and see their money’s worth, December 8 is the official release of the game’s beta. Since the Gigantic game will likely be part of the cross-play, players will need to download it from the Windows Store, regardless of a previous client installed on the console.

The new Gigantic gameplay 2016 Open Beta will introduce four default heroes mainly Aisling, Charnok, HK-206 and Uncle Sven. The game doesn’t have an NDA, meaning players will be able to stream the beta on their chosen platforms. Get to know more about your favorite videogame news and update by checking them all here on TheBitBag.

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