CrimeCraft MMO dated, enters beta

Vogster's gangland shooter due late summer.

Vogster has announced that its crime-themed MMO, CrimeCraft, will launch for PC on August 25th.

Vogster announced the game last year, and is calling it a "Persistent World, Next-gen Shooter (PWNS)", We see what they did there.

It's a third-person shooter with "community and role-playing elements", set in a near-future city where an ecological disaster has led to lawless streets. Console versions were originally planned but have since been put on the back burner.

The game's closed beta started this week, and you can register for it at the official CrimeCraft website.

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