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Dune: Spice Wars leaves Early Access next week

Dune: Spice Wars leaves Early Access next week

We are used to seeing Funcom involved in different types of games but when the Norwegian video game developer announced Dune: Spice Wars it was pretty clear that the outcome would please many fans of the 4X genre. Of course, the game was revealed following the success of the latest Dune film but as soon as the fans got their eyes on the first gameplay footage the game looked good enough to deserve a chance. The release of the game in early access months later would confirm that Dune: Spice Wars offers a solid turn-based experience set in Arrakis that revolves around the fight for controlling the production and trade of its most valuable resource: the Spice.

Dominate Arrakis to control the Spice

Moving fast forward almost a year, we find ourselves with the announcement of a release date for Dune: Spice Wars, which is set for September 14 on PC. The announcement has caught everyone by surprise, but it's very welcomed as the game is already quite popular among the fans of the sci-fi novel series by Frank Herbert.



With several factions to choose from, including Fremen, Harkonnen, Atreides, Smugglers, Corrino, and Ecaz, you have plenty of different options to achieve Arrakis domination. Each of them features a unique approach to the gameplay with different ways of handling the resources, military units, and bonuses that will radically change your experience depending on which one you choose.

Dune: Spice Wars supports multiplayer for up to four players and crossplay. No matter what platform you choose to play the game, it delivers an intense 4X experience deeply inspired by the Dune universe. As usual, the best deals on Dune: Spice Wars PC keys are available with our comparator, and you don't even have to wait until September 14 if you want to enjoy the game, as long as you don't mind playing its Early Access version.

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