Want to stand out on the battlefield? The PS4™ open beta has brought a surge of new ships and items to the docks of Sinley Bay! There’s everything from mighty Hero Ships to the electric pink of Bun Bun’s Cargo Cult. Take a look below!
FREE FOR ALL CAPTAINS: THE HACTAR HERO SHIP!
We’re giving all PS4 players the Hactar Hero Ship—for free! Take command of this Tier-IV light Tactical Cruiser and channel the fighting spirit of the Dead Horde, the ruthless faction it once led into the asteroid belt during the Great Solar War. Just make sure you’re ready to unleash some serious destruction.
The Hactar is no rookie vessel. It’s a menacing, Tier-IV light Tactical Cruiser with a screaming head at its bow. As a Tier-IV, light Tactical Cruiser, its weapons and modules are primarily focused on inflicting damage rather than healing. Are you ready to wield its power?
To get the Hactar, go to the PlayStation Store and search for “Dreadnought.” Once you add the Hactar to your cart, select “purchase” (the amount will say $0). The Hactar will now show up in your hangar in-game!
GP (Grey Box Points) packs are now available in the PSN store! You can purchase GP to buy Hero Ships, ship vanity items as well as captain clothing and accessories. You can also use it to buy Elite Status, which enables you to earn more XP and Credits after every battle.
THE TRIDENT HERO SHIP
Wield a weapon of vengeance. Once commanded by PCF Captain Melville Blanco, this vessel represents its owner’s crushing defeat at the hands of a Transhuman Dreadnought—and obsessive pursuit of retribution.
THE KNIGHT BUNDLE
The outlaw captain’s suit of armor. Now you can pick up the shining Knight Errant emblem, which comes from a tradition of captains performing acts of bravery in the name of Lady Fortune, or Fortuna—the Roman goddess of luck.
The Knight bundle also contains the green and yellow Glory Hound coating. Its striking colors represent captains’ courage to start from scratch after the end of the Great Solar War.
BUN BUN’S CARGO CULT COATING
Go bold (and pink). This electric coating was worn by captains affiliated with the Bun Bun Cargo Cult, a fringe organization that evolved from an isolated group of Martian settlers. Wearing it isn’t a mark of membership; some outlaws simply sport it for its loud color.
That’s it for the first Dreadnought PS4 update. To see what else is new in open beta, check out our launch announcement!