Rockfish shows images from space action game Everspace




Rock Fish Games is working on Everspace, a single player space game with lots of action, which can be played both in first and third person. The developers made it through Kickstarter over 420,000 euros. End 2016 the game to appear for Xbox One and PC.

According to the developers of Everspace there are “fantastic and huge ‘space sims in the market, with’ super realistic physics and billions of stars to visit.” Rockfish wants drop a game that is easier to play, but with high quality graphics and sound features. Moreover Everspace is a single player game, as opposed to space games like Star Citizen and Elite: Dangerous.

The game, which can be played in first and third person, must have a non-linear storyline and roguelike elements. Rock Fish Games is the developers who were previously responsible for the Galaxy on Fire games. With a successful Kickstarter campaign took them over 420,000 Euros to make Everspace. For those who missed the campaign and still want to support the game makers can through the website the PC version of the game pre-order for 25 euros. For 40 euro buyers also get access to the beta, which counts down 60 euro can also play the alpha when it becomes available.

End 2016 appears Everspace for Xbox One. The game also has the green light given on Steam Greenlight. Probably no expensive hardware needed to run Everspace fluently; The authors estimate that a 2GHz dual-core CPU, 4GB of RAM and a DirectX 10 GPU with 1GB VRAM is sufficient. The game is made in Unreal Engine 4 and get full support for VR goggles as the Oculus Rift.


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