After launching small DLC with out the game exploding on the pad, Surviving Mars builders Haemimont Games are nearly prepared for his or her colony-management sim’s first enlargement. Space Race is its title and, publishers Paradox confirmed right now, launching on November 15th is its intention. The enlargement will introduce rival colonies competing with you for the contracts, assist, and parent-like approval of sponsors (together with two new sponsors, Brazil and Japan), resulting in new challenges, new automobiles, new buildings, new skulduggery, and new occasions together with… issues with a Flat Mars Society? Oh positive, allow them to construct a spaceship to go up and show Mars is flat, that may work out tremendous.
You can see that merry bunch of cynics on this new video, which provides an summary of the enlargement:
The rival colonies look like summary opponents showing solely in menus and as metrics you’re judged towards, relatively than locations you’ll be able to go to your self, however I don’t suppose their noncorporeality is far consolation once they beat you to targets and valuable assets. Paradox clarify:
“Compete for milestones and anomalies with several other AI colonies backed by rival sponsors attempting to set roots on Mars and vie to become this planet’s superpower. You can trade with, respond to distress calls for, issue distress calls to, and even steal important colonists from these competitor colonies as you establish your territory on Mars.”
Get off my planet, you dang youngsters.
Space Race will launch on November 15th, the day you Earthlets know as ‘next Thursday’. It’ll price £10 on Steam, or there’s additionally a season go. It’ll be accompanied by two different DLC packs, one including new radio stations and the opposite new buildings (that are cheaper when you get all three collectively).