Base One Is Headed To PC & Next-Gen Consoles This Year

Blowfish Studios revealed this morning that their latest game, Base One, will be coming out in 2021 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X. Developed by PixFroze, this new title is a space station sim that incorporates both hardcore survival and RPG mechanics to give you an interesting experience. You'll build the station, populate it, keep the crew happy with the things they need to survive and thrive, and defend the place against random space phenomenon and the occasional aliens looking to kill you. The game will also be released for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch as the game will drop sometime in Q2 of this year. You can read up more on it below and check out the latest trailer.

In space, no one can hear you plan a society like it was Sim City. Courtesy of Blowfish Studios.
In space, no one can hear you plan a society like it was Sim City. Courtesy of Blowfish Studios.

Step into the role of intrepid explorers seeking to build new homes across the far reaches of the cosmos. Establish new colonies by building space stations, managing vital needs like heat, oxygen, and power, while searching for valuable resources in uncharted wilds. Overcome a range of trials in a story-driven campaign set against a backdrop of socio-political drama where special interests and the powerful stand much to gain from the final frontier. Balance each station's needs while researching and unlocking new technology that will ensure the long-term success and viability of human presence in the region.

Outfit stations with solar panels, docking bays, life support systems, and more. Master devices such as probe launchers to gather items out in the vacuum of space — and keep the crew's morale up with critical creature comforts like sofas and the ever-useful toilet-shower. Base One's intuitive layout systems allow for incredible customization with a sleek interface. Each module requires power and special considerations for heating and oxygen to support life. Link each module to solar cells, batteries, and heaters to keep stations habitable or hop into a custom game mode to design colonies without constraints.

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