Közzétéve: április 18.
Ok, so just to put this in perspective, imagine being part the crew of a semi-big airship, flying in a massive desert with ruins of massive ships and blimps, that can shoot things out of the sky like its nobody's business with weapons that are so big that sometimes they take up a quarter of the ship, and seem to be able to take about 30 missiles, 15 flak rounds and about a thousand machine gun rounds to the face before exploding in more ways than you can imagine. Also, before said blimp blew up, everything was on fire and there were so many explosions and so much gunfire that even Michael Bay would be wide-eyed in amazement. That is what the game is like when you are playing it.
If you didn't notice this when you watched the trailer, looked at some photos or watched Markiplier and his crew get torn to shreds in an epic dogfight, you might have noticed that this game is based off of the steampunk universe. This game, although having almost no backstory whatsoever (you don't even know the reason why you are fighting eachother), is actually quite fun if you get into it. There are multiple classes of ships, ranging from the slow but very powerful Galleon, to the fast but lightly armored, and somewhat overpowered, squid. There are also multiple classes you can play as: the pilot, whom of which is the one that tells you what to do in whatever way they see fit, and they fly the ship around (ps. some pilots tend to crash, a lot): the engineer, which is the most important class on your ship, even though they literally just take a hammer and hit the thing they are fixing, which is kind of contradictory to what they are actually doing: and finally, the gunner, the only people that are dedicated enough to shoot someone in the face for no reason other than to blow the other guy into oblivion, and back to Earth. The designs of the ships and the graphics are stunning, and really fit in the steampunk universe. The maps, although there are only a few, are well made, except for the city one, that one hell for some people. Everything from the way the ships look to even how they fly are different and unique, and every ship is designed differently.
Now, this game is a team-based game, meaning you would need to have some actual coordination and teamwork with your crew, and the other captains, in order to win the game. You can't just go out rambo style like you do in call of duty, because you would die within 30 seconds of you turning your engines on if you do that. The mechanics are this: you and three other players (yes, only 4 people control an airship that has more guns and things to fix than there are people) are to (try) to pilot (somewhat) a Flying Instrument of Mass Air Destruction, or FIMAD as I call it (that is not what they are literally called). There are 3 game modes that I know of: deathmatch, king of the hill and crazy king. The only mode you probably didn't know about was Crazy king, which is basically like capture the point, only the point switches to different locations after it is captured for a certain amount of time.
Now, about the playerbase and the matchmaking system: it does take a while to actually get into a match. However, once you do, you will see how people are still playing this game. Also, the community overall is really nice and smart, oftentimes welcoming new players to the game and even taking it easy on some of them so they can learn. Be warned, though, about some of the "elites": they will not help noobs, nor will they actually do anything other than insult you and tell you how they are always right and how you are always wrong. However, don't take that as a message to not play, because in all seriousness, this is a really good game if you have a group of friends, or if you actually get into a game.
Overall, this game is awesome. The graphics are beautiful, and the game even runs on crappy computers at pretty good graphics. The gameplay is great, as the amount of teamwork, the atmosphere, and the mechanics are friendly and great. The community, although there are some rough edges, is in general inviting and friendly to new players.
I rate this game an 8/10, There are some things that hold it back, like the "elites", the fact that it is kind of repetitive with only 3 modes, and that matchmaking takes a bit of time. But overall, even with the defects, it is a great game to get, especially when on sale. See you in the skies, whatever class you decide to be.