After nine months in both Steam Early Access and the Xbox Preview program, indie developer ROCKFISH Games has officially released the full version of their Roguelike space shooter, Everspace, to the general public. Version 1.0 bring VR Support for both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift as well as the long-awaited voice acted story with missions, cinematic flashbacks, and cut scenes. The crème de la crème is an all-new boss fight that goes down in the game’s final sector.
Michael Schade, CEO, and co-founder of ROCKFISH Games said:
“EVERSPACE is our PC and console debut title and we are super excited to finally roll out the full version today. We couldn’t be more thankful as this would not have been possible without the financial and fantastic ongoing support from our fans as well as the close collaboration with our friends at Epic, GOG, and Microsoft.”
ROCKFISH Games plans to continue support for Everspace with joystick support and full button remapping among the first post-launch features. Everspace will also be getting a free Hardcore Mode that will launch in tandem with the PS4 release that is due to come sometime in Q3 2017. The developers say they have begun the initial planning stages on some paid expansion content, so look for more details at some point in the future.
Everspace is out now on Steam, GOG.com, Xbox One, and the Windows 10 Store with Xbox Play Anywhere Support.