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RTT Dog Duty Is Free-To-Play This Week

Soedesco’s Real-Time Tactics video game, Dog Duty, is free to play during this week. Dog Duty is available on the Steam Store, and it is currently tagged as an Early Access Product. The free to play promotion ends in 6 days from now, which means there’s a whole week available to engulf into its mechanics.

Dog Duty is in a pre-manufacturing phase, with the latest code tweaks being close to the finishing point. The game is available on the most popular digital reselling platform, Steam. If you’d love to find more about the game, check the info below.

Dog Duty is a top-down video game with a lot of inspirations coming from the Commandos games. Players have the chance to control a squad of three characters while they anticipate havoc by fighting against an evil Octo-Army in an open-world setting. A fast-paced Real-Time Tactics game in which you, as a player, liberate outposts by defeating bosses that are located on different islands.

Some of Dog Duty’s most remarkable features:

Features
•    Assemble a 3-person squad and fight in Real-Time Squid combat
•    Liberate outposts to cut-off weapon, armor, and other octo-supplies
•    Defeat epic bosses and kill your way to the Evil Octopus Commander
•    Fight on top of your armored octo-frying vehicle while driving

In its current stance, SOEDESCO is still trying to gather feedback from the players and diminish any issues found during the free trial period. So, if you’re a fan of SOEDESCO, may this serve as a reminder for you. Last but not least, take a look at Dog Duty’s official trailer below.

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