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Back to News Listing BATTLESTAR GALACTICA DEADLOCK IS OUT ON PLAYSTATION 4 AND XBOX ONE!

Posted: Friday, December 8, 2017 by Alberto Casulini

Type: News

Console gamers get ready to fight the Cylon threat!

 

After a successful launch on PC/Steam in August this year, over 80% of favorable player’s reviews, and more than a million battles played, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock lands on the PlayStation® 4 and Xbox One today. The game is now available for download on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.

 

 

 

Created in collaboration with Universal Brand Development, Universal Cable Productions, Slitherine and Black Lab Games, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock™ is an intense tactical space battle game that uses a WEGO play-system.

 

Working closely with Universal allowed for unprecedented access to production and key Universal stakeholders, enabling Slitherine and Black Lab Games to find unique ways to explore the Battlestar Galactic universe, create original ships, and extend the canon of the beloved series. In the WEGO battle system, players give commands to their fleet of capital ships and watch the explosive results play out in real-time across beautiful environments. From the bridge of the Daidalos shipyard, players will command the entire Colonial Fleet, building up its forces and jump them across the quaternary solar system of Cyrannus.

 

Creating such a deep tactical game for consoles was not an easy task. The whole UI has been re-built from the ground up to better suit console control systems. The uniqueness of the Battlestar Galactica Deadlock™ gameplay, with its WEGO play-system, is even more profound on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

 

Created in collaboration with Universal Brand Development, Slitherine and Black Lab Games, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock™ is an intense tactical space battle game that uses a WEGO play -system. Players give commands to their fleet of capital ships and watch the explosive results play out in real-time across beautiful environments.

 

From the bridge of the Daidalos shipyard, players will command the entire Colonial Fleet, building up its forces and jump them across the quaternary solar system of Cyrannus.

 

The console release date also marks the launch of the first DLC, Battlestar Galactica Deadlock™ – Reinforcement Pack. The new DLC pack includes new ships for Colonial and Cylon factions and a host of new in-battle features that add depth and tactical options for both PC and console players. For a full list of ships, weaponry and additional features, check the DLC’s product page here.

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