Thunder Tier One Set To Hit Steam Early Access Late November

Supporters and fans of FragOut Studios who seek current information regarding the top-down shooter, Thunder Tier One, can finally rejoice as an update post by the devs explains the game’s current state, and it’s good news. The tactical shooter is set to hit PC via Steam Early Access late November.

In the latest post that FragOut Studios published for their tactical top-down shooter, it explains some good news for supporters of Thunder Tier One. This includes the release date, Pre-Alpha Keys, and the current state of the game.

If you have been following the game often you most likely know that the walkthrough trailer has been delayed, but if this is your first time hearing about this game the new post sits below so that you can catch up on what’s going on with the development of Thunder Tier One.

“There’s been a lot of stuff going on in the project these last days, however of all of it was related to optimization and refactoring of existing code so not much to show on the visual side. We are on the home straight now and we want to make sure the initial Alpha will be running smoothly enough on as many PC configurations as possible.


We have also began sharing pre-alpha keys with our beloved community so if you have not received it yet although you have asked us for one, you will receive it sooner or later.


The gameplay walkthrough video is a bit delayed due to aforementioned code refactoring but will be posted at least 2-3 weeks before the actual EA release.


Our current deadline for EA is last week of November.”

If you are itching to play an early build of Thunder Tier One, now is the time to head on over to get in touch with the devs to get your Pre-Alpha Key.

If you have no idea how this game looks or plays out, imagine Jagged Alliance and a bit of Ghost Recon: Wildlands merged and formed a tactical top-down shooter.

In addition to the game, the player will take control of a special operator across various scenarios located around the globe. The game progresses through 1980 and 1990 oriented warfare, and allows the player to combine leadership and tactical skill into an efficient war machine.

If you want to see gameplay of Thunder Tier One, an older trailer sits below if you are curious to see the game in action.

Lastly, the game is set to come out during the last week of November and will be for PC via Steam Early Access.


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