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Developer Mi-Clos Studio and Publishers Modern Wolf and Fractale today announced Out There: Oceans of Time sequel to their original space exploration hit. The game is planned to release on Steam, mobile devices and consoles in Winter 2020.

Watch the announcement trailer below:

Out There: Oceans of Time is the sequel of our award-winning, half-million selling space exploration game Out There: Ω Edition.

Oceans of Time is more than a sequel though. While keeping the core mechanics of the original game like roguelike, resource management and interactive fiction elements, it takes them to a much more ambitious level and will offer some brand new features.

And although it is a sequel, you can hop on the Out There train with this even if you haven’t played the previous game, as this is a totally new standalone story in the saga.

“Explore a vast, breath-taking comic book galaxy as you and your crew race to stop the legendary alien menace who escaped on your watch.”

“In a far-flung corner of the universe where humans are a mistrusted minority, you were entrusted with transported the most dangerous being alive to an impregnable prison—and it escaped. Now you must lead a team of explorers, misfits, and bounty hunters on a galaxy-spanning mission of redemption to find the Archon and recapture it before it is too late.”

Some notable features:

  • Explore an vast universe that is different every time you play
  • Meet strange alien beings and learn to communicate, trade, and conduct diplomacy with them as you build a coalition of allies in your quest to find the Archon
  • Manage your crew and officers, recruiting new members from the alien races you encounter
  • Lead your away teams on daring expeditions to probe derelict spaceships, ancient cities, and desolate planets to learn their secrets
  • Upgrade and maintain your ship, managing scarce resources that can be replenished through trade or planetary exploration
  • Captivating music composed by Siddhartha Barnhoorn (Antichamber, Out There…)
  • Weave your way through an epic branching narrative told through interactive cel-shaded cutscenes written by FibreTigre and illustrated by renowned artist Benjamin Carre (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Alone in the Dark)

Wishlist the game on Steam to get notified on the launch!

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