Rock of Ages 3 Rolls Into Open Beta on PC, Consoles

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Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break, from developers ACE Team and Giant Monkey Robot and publisher Modus Games, welcomes players to check out its open beta on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on June 23, 2020, ahead of its full launch.

The beta announcement came with a new trailer packed with comical moments highlighting the endearing, quirky destruction found throughout the game. The footage also celebrates the expanded freedom offered through the game’s in-depth level creation tool, which lets players bring their dream stages to life and share them with the wider community.

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The game blends tower defense-style base designing with bursts of arcade-paced demolition via a guidable boulder. Boosted with an incredible retelling of history throughout a humorous campaign, an avalanche of game modes, and the series’ first-ever stage creator, Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break offers bountiful opportunities for players to create and bash through wildly imaginative experiences.

Rock of Ages 3 will release on Steam, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia on July 21, 2020.

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