Beyond the Void
Beyond the Void is an upcoming real-time strategy game that was released on October 20, 2017 on Steam.
About[edit | edit source]
Beyond the Void is an RTS (real time strategic game) with MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) elements.
In a one-versus-one battle against another player, your are in control of one Mothership, among the most powerful warships in the universe. You can customize your Mothership with Skills, and can shape the map with Event cards.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Command your Mothership through an epic space war as you conquer planets and fight against your opponent’s fleet ! Choose wisely your skills and event cards during the game draft to fit your own gameplay and strategies.
Build harvesters and manage your resources in real time to achieve one goal: defeat the enemy.
Features[edit | edit source]
- Free to play: all the items useful for the gameplay can be won through the game.
- Easy to learn, hard to master: there is lots of different ways to win and each player can forge his own strategy
- Many motherships to collect
- Dozens of skills to master
- Ranked games with Elo Rating System
- Nexium (game’s token) created within the Ethereum blockchain
- ERC-20 compatible
- More free and premium content will be added on a regular basis
Lore[edit | edit source]
Hundreds of years ago, people discovered the most powerful matter in the universe, called “the cube”. This marvelous discovery brought about a new kind of technology that enabled them to travel among the stars. Soon, however, reserves of the “Cubes” ran low. These people had to expand even further, and great noble families went to war to control the precious matter. With the help of its allies, the most powerful noble family brought about peace and founded a galactic empire. The families, known as houses, were the Harkon, Asgar, Syan, Morsith and Estherid.
Now, cubes only found in wild systems beyond the edge of the galaxy. The Barons of the houses will do anything to get them. Captains with powerful Motherships fight in their names for the control of the cubes.