Battlecry Is Fast, Furious, And Fun With New Gameplay Trailer

Battlecry, the team based action combat multiplayer developed by the aptly named Battlecry Studios is set for Beta testing in 2015. And to get gamers excited, a new gameplay trailer was released, showcasing all the different classes available.

The team-based PvP combat game pits three factions, the Imperial Marines, the Cossack Empire, and the Han Republic, against each other. The trailer shown during the press conference gave us a brief glimpse of the classes that will be available for players. There are five classes (Brawler, Enforcer, Infiltrator, Ranger and the Gadgeteer that players can choose from which should be familiar to most players.

Signup for the beta will last until June 18. After that, we just have to wait until the beta officially begins on PC. Those that wish to participate on the beta can head over to their official website here and sign up immediately.

Battlecry Han Empire

The worldwide beta is set to roll out sometime after the beta signup closes. No official release date is given yet for the full game.

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