‘Dauntless’ Finally Goes Into Open Beta

Phoenix Lab’s Monster Hunter style game, Dauntless, has finally gone into open beta! To coincide with this, Phoenix Labs has released a cinematic to celebrate the start of the open beta. I got the chance to play Dauntless back in the closed Alpha/Beta stages and it was a lot of fun. I have not played it since that time, so I am excited to see where they went with the game and if any major bugs were fixed from when I played last. If you are interested in signing up for the open beta, you can at their website. Check out some more info below, as well as the new cinematic above!

About Dauntless:

” Phoenix Labs today unveiled the opening cinematic video for their free-to-play co-op action RPG, Dauntless, ahead of its official Open Beta launch this week. The opening cinematic will launch in-game alongside the Open Beta on Thursday, May 24 and will introduce players to their story and the world of the Shattered Isles. After creating their own unique Slayer, players set out to complete their training by slaying a Behemoth in the untamed frontier.

En route, though, all does not go as planned… Dauntless is a fresh take on the online co-op action RPG genre. Players take on the mantle of Slayers, brave warriors who fight ferocious beasts known as Behemoths threatening our survival. To overcome the odds, Slayers bring their hard-earned spoils to the city of Ramsgate between hunts to craft, enhance and customize their arsenal to take on the next challenging encounter. After the main campaign, even more menacing challenges await players in Dauntless’ Evergame experience.”

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Practically born with a controller in hand, Randy Ladyka is a self-proclaimed Video Game Connoisseur. Aside from fully investing himself in all things nerd, he’s currently raising three little boys and attempting to convince his wife to play anything with him. He spends 90% of his free time reading, researching and playing games and recording your next favorite gaming video. The other 10% is spent sleeping and eating, though not simultaneously.