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Sky Fleet tower defense co-op shooter out soon

sky fleet tower defense co-op shooter to release next month on linux mac windows pc

Sky Fleet tower defense co-op shooter to release next month on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Due to the ongoing creativity of developer Enno Games. Due to make its way onto Steam.

Sky Fleet is a sky high tower defense co-op shooter. Due to makes its way into the skies via Linux, Mac, and Windows PC on December 17, 2021.

Build a ruthless squad of blimps in Sky Fleet. While you engage in faced-paced shootouts. All while tactfully moving around floating islands and deadly drones. Outpace the defenses of rival aerial bases. So you can claim the spoils of islands’ resources for yourself to refuel and expand. Before each enemy assault, craft a stronghold built to last and set off once more to stretch your airbase’s reach.

Expansion in Sky Fleet takes hard work through the construction of farms to sustain resources. The same for ammo factories to restock weaponry. As well as dozens of turrets to protect the city from kill seeking drones. Mine base reinforcing resources like Uridium and Duraphyte. Since this will let you upgrade the fleet and improve defenses across the floating geography. Embark on this mission alone or band together with friends in online and local co-op game modes. Become an unstoppable force that will squash all who dare challenge the power of the Sky Fleet.

Sky Fleet Release Date Announcement

Sky Fleet takes solid classic tower defense strategy with friends into the clouds,” said Dan Phillips, Founder, Enno Games. “Adapt and experience the co-op mode with anyone in the world who thinks they can outplay you. Suit up and make your buddy put his airship where their mouth is!

Sky Fleet tower defense co-op shooter launches on December 17, 2021. Due to be priced at $14.99 USD with a 35% launch discount on Steam. Including support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. With localization in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Russian. Including Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese language support.

For more information, check out the official website and join the community Twitter and Discord.

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