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Crucible will be available to play Wednesday. 


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Crucible, the team-based sci-fi shooter from Amazon Game Studios and Relentless Studios, is due to be released on Wednesday. It’s Amazon’s first big-budget PC game, and it will be free to play.

To check out Crucible, you can download it on Steam — it’s currently PC-only. At the time of this writing, it was still listed as coming soon, but if you’ve got an account, you can follow the game or add it to your wishlist. You can also find the Crucible Tracker and Predator Founder’s Pack DLCs.

Relentless said it would be available “soon”:

If you don’t want to download Crucible on Steam, you can also find the game on Amazon. At the time of this writing, its game page says it’s currently unavailable. But once it’s ready, you should be able to download it and find it in your Games Library. 

While you’re waiting for the game to download, or for it to become available, Realm Royale player Baggins is streaming the game on Twitch.

To play, it’s recommended that you have Windows 10, 8GB of RAM, 15GB of available storage and a broadband internet connection. The game will also work on Windows 7 64-bit, according to the specs on Steam.

In Crucible, the choices you make shape the course of the narrative. Fight for control and survival, going head to head with other players. You’re not only fighting the other team, but also battling beasts and navigating challenges in the environment. Work together with your team and blast your way to victory. 

Crucible is set to launch with three modes: Heart of the Hives, Harvester Command and Alpha Hunters. In Heart of the Hives, two teams of four battle monsters; capture three monster hearts before the other team to win. In Harvester Command, two teams of eight compete to gain Harvesters on the map to control Essence; the goal is to drain your opponent’s resources. If you play Alpha Hunters mode, it’s two teams of eight in a fight to the death. 

For more, check out how to choose between all of the gaming subscription services out there, and how Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass stack up.

source: cnet.com

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