Satisfactory Launches onto Steam Early Access June 8th

The first-person factory building sim developed by Coffee Stain Studios will head to Steam on June 8th. Satisfactory is a first-person open-world factory building game with a dash of exploration and combat. Play alone or with friends, explore an alien planet, create multi-story factories, and enter conveyor belt heaven!

  • Developed by the same team behind Goat Simulator and Sanctum, Satisfactory was first revealed in 2018 and went into Early Access exclusively on the Epic Games Store last year
  • The game is set on a beautiful alien planet and encourages players to construct multi-storey factories to harvest the world’s natural resources for megacorporation, FICSIT Inc
  • Satisfactory combines construction, automation, exploration and a dash of combat. Players must optimise their factories, streamlining production for the greedy corporation all while encountering  hostile alien lifeforms or making new friends with little lizard doggos
  • Since the reveal in 2018 Satisfactory has seen three major updates which have included:
    • A complete rebalance of the game
    • Access to new energy resources with Nuclear Power Plants and a whole set of new radioactive challenges
    • A dynamic wind system with Jump Pads that affect creatures and physical objects too, for lots of satisfying bouncy chaos
    • A new train and track system
    • A new starting area to explore in the redesigned Dune Desert
    • New end-game biomes – the Swamp, Red Jungle and Bamboo Fields – bringing exotic new flora and fauna for players to admire and exploit
    • PIPES! The community’s most requested feature launched earlier this year adding a new layer of complexity, allowing pioneers to command the flow of Fluid Oil resources and harness the power of the Water Extractor

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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