Perfect World Entertainment and developer Motiga announced today that Gigantic is launching today on Steam, Arc, Xbox One, and Windows 10. Gigantic was one of four superficially similar titles - Gigantic, Overwatch, Battleborn, and Battlecry - that were announced in 2015. Overwatch and Battleborn launched in 2016 and Battlecry was cancelled.
Now after a beta launch in 2015, several delays, layoffs, and even a new publishing partner, Gigantic is finally ready for prime-time. The free-to-play game features a colorful cast of heroes and competitive play that focuses on rousing massive Guardians to fight on your side.
"We're thrilled to welcome all players to the vibrant world of Gigantic," said Motiga CEO Chris Chung. "The team has worked incredibly hard to develop an experience unlike any other. We hope you join us and the community of players who have fallen in love with the game and helped us throughout its development."
The game comes alongside a new update, with text chat, new character packs and skins, and a brand-new character, Ramsay. Logging into the launch platforms - Steam, Arc, and Xbox One/Windows 10 - will also unlock various skins for players. You can play for free, pick up a Starter Pack with eight heroes for $9.99, or buy the Ultimate Pack to unlock every hero for $29.99.