The size and speed of ships means that there is more emphasis on strategy and tactics instead of fast-paced arcade action. No matter what game mode is chosen, such as the typical deathmatches, going in with no regard to positioning will not be a recipe for success. Flanking the opposing team, keeping the support ships safe, and prioritizing firepower are all elements that must be taken into consideration to defeat the opposing team. After each match, players will be able to upgrade their ships with attachments and other improvements such as secondary abilities.
The ships available in Dreadnought are separated into different classes. The Corvette is a speed-based class relying on maneuverability and hit-and-run tactics. The Destroyer is the typical well-rounded ship with medium stats across the board. The Artillery Cruiser is the sniper class with a ship that basically looks like a gigantic gun. Tactical Cruisers provide support, such as the ability to repair other ships. And the Dreadnoughts are the largest ships, relying on their immense firepower and armor in exchange for speed.
Dreadnought is a sci-fi, multi-player space combat simulator from Yager. Players will take control of a variety of unique ships to combat opposing teams in a strategic environment.