will have players spending hour after hour perfecting their games. Although you can sign up for the beta here
, it won't hurt to get a bit of a head start on the program before the beta begins in October for Windows 8 users. Following the hour-long tutorial on castes, Kinect capture and cameras
, Team Dakota's community manager Mike Lescault and programmer Eddie Parker now demonstrate in-game movies, music and sound.
is yet to confirm a release date although it will be a free download upon release. Windows 8 users can access the closed beta at the end of October, but Xbox One users will have to wait until January 2014 for their chance to begin building.