Dreadlands gets offline mode

Studio quick to respond to players

News by Paul Wilson
Published 20th March 2020

Blackfox Studios has been quick to respond to Dreadlands players by adding an offline mode for the turn-based skirmish game.

“We have had our ears to the ground to try to pick up as much information as possible from the players.” says Peter Nilsson, Founder, and Creative Director Blackfox Studios. “Starting next week, we will do bi-weekly content drops, and the first update will include two new Tactical Cards amongst other things.”

The studio decided to move the addition of an offline mode up the priority list, as it quickly became the most requested feature amongst players. To get the offline mode for Dreadlands all you need to do is to login into your Steam account and the update we be applied.

Dreadlands is set in a post-apocalyptic shared world in which players can play co-operatively or engage in PvP combat. The game released into early access last week.

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