A post by Eternal Crusade's senior producer, Nathan Richardsson, has revealed the massive online shooter is heading towards Steam Early Access.
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According to Richardsson's post, the development team decided like this was the best course of action to realise their decade-long plan for Eternal Crusade.
Once migrated across to Steam, eligible players will be able to gain access to the game's closed alpha, and newcomers will be able to select from a variety of payment tiers.
During this transition phase, the servers will stay open.
The Founders Program, a payment plan that lets players get their foot in the door as an early adopter, will be abolished from January 25, so you have until then to take advantage of the - presumably - cheaper prices. These packages give you access to the closed alpha, the closed beta, and the full game, once it's finished of course.
Eternal Crusade was originally meant to launch in 2015, but it wouldn't be an Eternal Crusade if that had happened, would it?