Posted by Andrew Hayward January 30, 2013

Defiance is a new original science fiction property that comprises two very different but interconnected pieces: a weekly live-action SyFy channel series, along with a massively multiplayer online shooter for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The events of one will affect those of the other, with planned later seasons of the show expected to pull player-created characters from the game into its storylines.

The game's developer, Trion Worlds, today announced that Defiance will launch on all three platforms on April 2, in advance of the show's debut on April 15. Unlike many MMO titles, Defiance will not require a monthly subscription, however it does cost $60 for the standard edition of the game, with a $100 limited version adding in-game gear and boosts. GameStop also sells an exclusive Ultimate Edition that adds more goodies (both digital and physical) for $150.

Check out the below trailer for a taste of the feel and scale of the game's sci-fi world, though the above screen shows what the actual gameplay will look like.




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