Focus Home Interactive recently announced Hardspace: Shipbreaker on Twitter. In addition to the game announcement, an exclusive 90-second trailer. The publisher also mentioned that the game would first arrive on Steam Early Access before its final release.
Hardspace: Shipbreaker was developed by Blackbird Interactive, which previously released Project Eagle and Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak. The developer has worked on several space games, Hardspace: Shipbreaker being their next space-themed title.
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Hardspace: Shipbreaker Coming To Steam Early Access This Summer
Hardspace: Shipbreaker has been in development for several years. The developer decided to put the game in early access to gain valuable information about the community. Players can enjoy the game while reporting on any significant issues that may arise in the game.
The game should be in early access for at least a year. Although Blackbird Interactive considered this a rough estimate, it is their personal goal. The release of the final game may take even longer. It all depends on how the development process unfolds over the next year.
The Early Access launch version will include Act 1 of the campaign, which lasts approximately 15 hours. Players can extend their playing time using the freeform sandbox mode. Players will have at their disposal several upgrade recovery tools, as well as two categories of spacecraft to separate. Players will face the difficult task of paying off 999,999,999 credits in debt.
While the Steam announcement describes the early access program, Blackbird Interactive is also considering a beta branch for more in-depth comments from the community. For those who want to know more about the developers, they have an official Discord server