EVERSPACE 2 will appear on consoles in August

Space Later-Shuther with the open world of EVERSPACE 2 will be released for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series on August 15, the developer Rockfish Games announced the developer. It will also be available at Xbox Game Pass. On October 3, Maximum Games will release a physical edition, which will include Stylbook, a 64-page artbook and a digital soundtrack.

EVERSPACE 2 was first released in the early access to the PC in Steam, GOG and Microsoft Store on January 18, 2021, and full release – April 6, 2023. It is also available in PC Game Pass. Since then, more than 350,000 copies have been sold in Steam, and more than 120,000 users have played PC Game Pass in it.

On the PlayStation 5 EVERSPACE 2 will use tactile feedback from the DualSense wireless controller, adaptive triggers and the functions of built -in speakers.

“Since space adventure games attract more and more attention than ever, we are pleased to present the EVERSPACE 2 of a completely new audience on Xbox and PlayStation in August this year,” said Michael Shade CEO in a press release. “Two years that we spent in early access when developing for launching on a PC, served us well on the eve of our release on consoles, and we used well for the past few months, polishing the already solid basis. Series X and PlayStation 5 players can look forward to the opportunity to explore the starspace 2 star systems with support for 60 frames per second when we start this summer ”.

EVERSPACE 2 continues the story of Adam Roslin from the first game of the series. There are six extensive stellar systems in the EVERSPACE 2 that can explore space pilots. Players experience Adam’s emotional journey and his personal development from the immortal space cap-clone to a separate character, whose death has the final consequences in the role-playing game with the open world.

Plunge into an exciting science fiction story, the action of which unfolds in a bright, manually open world, full of secrets, puzzles and dangers. Go to flight on nine different classes of ships to hit the road and explore more than 100 manually created areas scattered through several star systems.

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