PlayStation 4 owners will be very happy to know that Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit will be available on their gaming console. This has been confirmed by Versus Evil, an Indie publisher, together with 4gency, another Indie developer based in Seattle. The title will be released come year 2015, not only in PS4 platform, but also on Xbox One, Linux, Mac, and PC.
Basically, the game is set in Earth?s orbit, and players would have to battle crisis. The new game seems to be quite exciting and unique, with it being the only strategic space survival game making use of what is called ?orbital debris? in order to create future homes for human beings.
Linux, Mac, and PC owners can now enjoy an Early Access build. They can get it via Amazon, GameFly, Steam, Humble Store, Nuuvem, and GreenMan Gaming for $14.99 (US), ?10.99, and ?14.99.
Charles Fox, the founder of Indie development company 4gency, said that, ?Since development began on Habitat, it has always been our wish to bring our space survival simulation to as many platforms as technologically possible.?
?We are incredibly excited to announce that Habitat will be launching on PlayStation?4 in 2015 and can?t wait to see how the creative PlayStation community reacts to Habitat?s gameplay mechanics,? he explained further.
In the game, players would need not only to build future homes, but also manage them using the orbital debris that they will find scattered in space junkyards around the Earth?s orbit. They will assume the role of a leader, with a team of engineers working beside them. Building and flying space stations in an environment with zero gravity also makes the game quite interesting and exciting.
Hopefully, there will be no delays in the release of Habitat: A Thousand Generations in Orbit for the PlayStation 4 console.?
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