Nebula Online Graduates From Early Access On November 3rd
Nebula Online

The space-faring, sci-fi MMORPG from Mizar Games called Nebula Online is finally prepping for its big graduation from Steam Early Access. The title will launch in full starting November 3rd next month.

According to the press release, not only will the game be available on Steam as a complete product, but you’ll also be able to play the game directly from the Play Nebula website.

The game features three different playable weapons, each with their own ships, weapons and goals. The concept of the game centers around battling for resources and territorial control, which takes place across various PvP zones.

Nebula Online also features three different solar system types as well, so if you aren’t not into going head-to-head against other players you can also play it safe in the safe space, or attempt to capture a neutral zone that is uninhabited by enemy forces.

They have a five minute trailer available to give gamers an idea of what to expect from the game, which you can check out below.

The game currently has a mixed rating on Steam at the moment, mostly due to complaints about it being unpolished, unplayable and unfinished. A lot of players compare it to being a Russian version of Eve Online. Some of the reviews simply gave it a thumbs down, just like in equal manner some of the reviews have given the game a thumbs up. Others were a little more in-depth about why they didn’t like it, explaining that the bugs, playability and a lack of user friendliness put them off.

They originally entered into Early Access back in January of this year. They’ve spent the last 10 months attempting to refine the game for release after releasing plenty of patches and hot fixes, but they still haven’t been able to win over the majority of gamers.

At the moment Nebula Online is available for $4.99 but the price will change when it officially releases on November 3rd. For more info you can check out the Steam store page.


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