Ostranauts out now in Early Access on PC

Ostranauts out now in Early Access on PC

It’s day “who knows we’ve lost count” of the captain’s log as Ostranauts takes off into Early Access on PC. From progressive indie publisher Modern Wolf and NEO Scavenger developer Blue Bottle Games, the noir spaceship-life sim Ostranauts is now available on Steam now with -20% off for launch week for £12.39/ 13,49€ / $14.99* (Full undiscounted game price: £15.49/ 16,79€ / $19.99).

Ostranauts is a noir spaceship-life sim, where the player controls the story. Starting out as a spaceship captain, players have to carefully hire a crew before attempting to survive in the savage world of a ravaged solar system. The game challenges players to design a one-of-a-kind spaceship, manage their rag-tag crew’s physical and emotional needs, whilst keeping their junker of a ship from falling apart. If that wasn’t enough, there is always the looming threat of bankruptcy lingering over everyone’s heads, as well as fending off a whole host of chaotic problems that could be just around the corner…

Check out the Ostranauts trailer below featuring Dominique Tipper, star of popular science fiction series The Expanse.

Ostranauts is Available now (Early Access)

About Early Access
Early Access for Ostranauts will start by allowing players to begin their adventure as a spaceship captain – fixing up their ship and getting it space worthy, whilst socialising with NPCs and kick-starting their salvaging career.

What can players expect in the first wave of Early Access:

  • Assume the role of captain repairing your spaceship to get it ready for dust off
  • Starting on shipbreaker career – salvaging from derelict ships around K-Leg station to get their junker ready to fly
  • Socialising with NPCs


  • Fly to different worlds completing tasks, get more tools for characters and parts for the ship
  • Encounter  a variety of ship types, makes and models
  • Combat elements – space battle and hand to hand
  • Meeting with other ships – possible hostile encounters (you never know who to trust)

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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