GoD Factory: Wingmen Public Preview Out – A Modern Day X-Wing Homage


Nine Dots Studio’s GoD Factory: Wingmen is a twitch-based space combat competitive shooter that features gameplay reminiscent of the undeniably awesome X-Wing title from the now defunct Lucasarts.

Wingmen is currently seeking funding via Kickstarter, and to entice gamers to pony up some cash for its development, Nine Dots has made a fully playable preview of the game available to those eager to give it a spin. In addition to the playable demo, a new gameplay trailer and screenshots have also been released, and both assets can be viewed after the break.

GoD Factory: Wingmen boasts 4-v-4 competitive multiplayer dogfights that task space aces to take down the opposing team’s Carrier class ships while protecting their own from obliteration. As you’ll see in the trailer below the gameplay truly does evoke memories of X-Wing’s stellar flight simulated awesomeness, but Wingmen takes that formula to a new level with an insane amount of ship customizations.

The developer promises that “tens of millions of part-combinations” will be at the player’s disposal to build a ship that meets their play style. If you love twitch-based action set in space that offers an X-Wing feel mixed with deep levels of customization, then you’ll surely appreciate GoD Factory: Wingmen. Head on down below to check out its latest trailer and screenshots. If you want to download the demo you can do so from here.

GoD Factory: Wingmen will release in 2014 if funded for Mac, Linux, and PC platforms. It will also support the Occulus Rift VR headset.



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