Dauntless, the free-to-play Monster Hunter-like action RPG from Phoenix Labs, has gotten an official release date. This game has been in open beta for some time now on PC and the developers seem to be optimistic about its release later this month.
Developer Phoenix Labs is promising "massive" updates for 1.0, including a mastery system for extra skill acquisition, a campaign rework, and questing and crafting enhancements. This includes the new Mastery System that which provides a mastery card for each unique weapon and behemoth. The game will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One then. These courageous warriors fight for humanity's survival against ferocious beasts known as Behemoths, whose savage hunger to drain the very essence, or aether, from the world puts every life at risk.
The game's launch will also bring "Hunt Pass Season 5: Hidden Blades". As Slayer, it's up to you to hunt the monstrous Behemoths who are devouring the world. Slayers will have 50 new levels of content to work through with a variety of rewards along the way.
Announced back in the tail-end of 2016, it seemed like Dauntless would be relegated to early access for ages, but it finally has a release date: May 21.
The good news is that it will be the latest free-to-play title to land on the platform, following the likes of World of Warships: Legends in April. The rework also introduces a brand new "End of Hunt" screen, providing Slayers with a wealth of information, including progress made in various Mastery cards, quest rewards, Behemoth break parts earned, and more. This bundle comes with a new set of mech-inspired armor, premium currency, and a handful of consumable items to help you out on a hunt.
Being free-to-play, you can expect regularl seasonal updates that launch alongside a new season pass.
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