uCraft Getting Public Beta This August

By Jorge Ba-oh 30.06.2015 1

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Developer Nexis Games will be holding a public beta period for uCraft at the end of August.

The studio will hold a "CraftMania" event between 28th and 30th August 2015, with the game free to play throughout the weekend - starting 12:01pm on Friday.

The beta build is intended to monitor how users take on the open, sand-box world of uCraft, with the best creations having the opportunity to be featured in the retail release for uCraft on Wii U. The beta will run on a computer using the Unity Web Player, with the following recommended specifications required for optimum gameplay:

  • OS: Windows 7 SP2 or Higher
  • CPU: Intel Core i3 or AMD Athlon II (K10) 2.8 GHz or Higher
  • RAM: 4GB or Higher
  • GPU: GeForce 2xx Series or AMD Radeon HD 5xxx Series or Higher
  • HDD: 1GB or Higher

 

Will you try out uCraft during CraftMania?

Box art for U Craft
Developer

Nexis

Publisher

NexisNexis

Genre

Simulation

Players

1

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My laptop exploded while reading those requirements...

The difference between illusion and reality is vague to the one who suffers from the former and questionable for the one suffering form the later.

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