The Amazing Eternals, formally tittles Keystone, finished up on alpha testing and opened up sign-ups for beta testing, which is starting on the 29th of August. You can also buy your way to get into the beta via a founders program.
Aside from the rename and its move to beta, the developers have released new screenshots and gameplay footage of the game, showcasing how the game plays and see its unique blend of first person hero shooting and collectible card gaming, where in this free to play competitive shooter, you’ll set up your cards pre-game and use them in a match, which consist of either weapons, power-ups or traps/turrets.
I’m excited to give the game a play and delve into its 1970s retro sci-fi fantasy world, as well as dabble with all of their heroes and different cards available.
Played it? We’d love to know what you thought about it.