Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Amplitude Studios have revealed that their 4X (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate) sci-fi strategy game, Endless Space, is now available for PC. Featuring deep strategic gameplay, lush artwork, and an immersive universe, Endless Space can be purchased on digital distribution platforms for $29.99. Prior to launch, the game underwent a highly successful beta campaign via Steam that saw over 20,000 fans registered on the community website. We’re currently in the middle of our review and hope to have something for you next week.
“The response from the community has been overwhelmingly fantastic, making it the perfect time to release the final game to all strategy fans,” said Mathieu Girard, CEO and President of Amplitude Studios. “With the GAMES2GETHER platform, we will pay close attention to fan feedback to create an experience they’re sure to love for years to come.”
“We are extremely excited to team up with Amplitude Studios for the launch of Endless Space,” said Erik Schreuder, CEO of Iceberg Interactive. “The development team has showcased a tremendous talent and delivered a game that is both deep yet easy to pick up and play, and we couldn’t be happier to be able to bring this game to its fans.”
Endless Space is a deep 4X strategy game covering the space colonization age, where gamers can control every aspect of their empire: Economy, Diplomacy, Science and War. As one of eight unique civilizations, players must strive to control the entire galaxy through trade and diplomacy or technological advancements and strategic warfare. Begging the question, will they conquer the galaxy with an open hand or a closed fist?
Endless Space is the first Amplitude Studios title to take advantage of GAMES2GETHER, a new platform that lets the community track the development team’s objectives, progress, and achievements, while gaining access to early builds, providing feedback, and discussing the game’s future with the developers themselves, giving them an active role in the future of Endless Space.blog comments powered by Disqus