Though it was announced a while back that Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex – First Assault Online was heading to Steam, but now Nexon has revealed its Early Access program will kick off on Monday, December 14th. Are you going to participate?
You can participate in the Early Access program via both Steam and the Nexon launcher. Players will get to dive beyond humanity as they upgrade and augment themselves into walking weapons in the gripping tactical shooter that goes by the name First Assault. For a chance to be part of the Early Access program or later beta tests, players can sign up on the game’s official website. You can also purchase one of the Early Access Packs, which include exclusive in-game content. You can choose one of the following pack offers:
- Recruit Early Access Pack – $4.99: With the lowest price tag of the bunch, the Recruit pack provides beta access and an exclusive MP-V5A Rare Tachikoma Weapon Skin. This pack is available on both Steam and the Nexon Launcher, and the value lies at $5.99.
- Operative Early Access Pack – $9.99: Provides the same content as the Recruit pack, with the addition of an exclusive M4A1 Rare Tachikoma Weapon Skin and two 100,000GP coupons* (the in-game currency of First Assault). This pack is exclusively available on Steam and has a value of $19.99.
- Specialist Early Access Pack – $14.99: Includes the contents of the Operative pack, but also a 1 character unlock coupon and an exclusive L118A-S1B Rare Tachikoma Weapon Skin. It’s exclusively for Steam and has a value of $35.98.
- Elite Early Access Pack – $29.99: The most expensive of the packs, it provides the same content as the Specialist pack, plus 1 character unlock coupon (bringing you to a total of 2 coupons), an exclusive Motoko Rare Character Skin and two 500,000GP coupons (so 800,000 more than the Operative and Specialist packs). This pack is available on both Steam and the Nexon Launcher, and its value lies at $83.94!
Neople, the developer of First Assault, is looking to fans who join the beta at this phase to test content and help shape the game. The development team will make themselves available to all players throughout the Early Access program, and will leverage community feedback and suggestions as First Assault evolves.
Having your game in Early Access gives players the opportunity to shape the game with the developers, and they’ll get all the more involved. The Early Access packs aren’t expensive either, so it’s accessible to anyone who’s willing to spend a few bucks for their future favorite FPS.
Source: Press ReleaseRelated: Early Access, First Assault, FPS, News, Nexon, Steam