South Korean FPS Ironsight Makes its Way West in First Closed Beta Test

South Korean FPS Ironsight Makes its Way West in First Closed Beta Test

gamigo AG and Wiple Games announce the launch of free-to-play FPS Ironsight's first Closed Beta test in the West, along with the ways players can join.

Publisher gamigo AG and developer Wiple Games have announced that the first Western closed beta test for their free-to-play first-person shooter Ironsight has officially launched, marking the first time that the game has been available for a Western audience.

In Ironsight, the year is 2025, and in order to control the world’s dwindling natural resources, factions have developed the best technologies to take and defend what they require to survive. As a soldier in this war, it will be up to you how each battle plays out, using best judgement and split-second tactical decisions to deploy the greatest technologies known to man, including drones and even mechs. Ironsight is free-to-play, but the game’s developers boast that it can stand-up to the best of titles in the FPS market.

If you’re interested in getting started in Ironsight now, the game offers various founder packs, ranging from $19.99 to $99.99, each of which provides various camouflage options, as well as access to the game’s closed and open betas.

Ironsight is currently planned to release sometime in 2018 for PC. For more information on the game, you can visit its official website. The game’s official YouTube page is also a place full of details on the game. The feed has recently been getting updated with new videos detailing just a few of the maps you can expect to find in the game. Below is a video detailing the most recent trailer for the map Titan.