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DUST 514 Released

DUST 514 Released

Published May 15, 2013

CCP Games released their much-anticipated DUST 514 for console yesterday. This is the first free-to-play multiplayer first person shooter created for the console PlayStation 3, according to a press release.
DUST 514 sees players fight each other on several planets as immortal mercenaries, and runs in the same world as CCP’s massive multiplayer EVE Online game.
Eve Online was released in 2003 and has more than half a million subscribers who captain ships in a lawless space frontier. The two games can vie together for territory in interstellar battles, as well as trade resources.
The new game featured heavily at the latest CCP Fanfest. Read our coverage of the event.



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