Two months after a thriving launch for roguelike sci-fi Shortest Trip to Earth, publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Interactive Fate are going to release the first DLC Shortest Trip to Earth: The Supporters Pack on October 23rd.
This first DLC for Shortest Trip to Earth adds a new playable ship – The Battle Tiger – with unique crew, drones, pets, perks, and nukes. The Supporters Pack also gives you a copy of the “Shortest Trip Sketchbook Scribbles” digital collection, the game’s official soundtrack album featuring over an hour of original music and even more content in 2020 at no extra cost!
- A new playable ship – The Battle Tiger
If you are familiar with the popular Tigerfish-series, you will probably recognize the Battle Tiger, a spaceship designed to transport VIP crew safely through hostile space.
- Ten new crew/ drones/ pets
The Battle Tiger starts with VIP crew who sometimes bring along their exotic pets and drones. The ship always starts with a cat and a dog.
- Five new nukes and five new modules
Turn your ship into a real tiger by adding custom nukes and modules that not only look cool but will also make your trip to Earth feel like a walk in the park.
- “Shortest Trip Sketchbook Scribbles” PDF
Interested in getting to know how Shortest Trip to Earth came to be? Take a look into the development visualized as a collage of sketches and scribbles that span from 2010 to 2019.
- Existing music as OST
Composed by four independent musicians, the 23 meditative tracks of Shortest Trip to Earth can be now added in your daily playlist. Keep the good vibes going!
- Much more exciting content scheduled to be added in 2020!
As we continue to support the base game, the Supporters Pack will receive further expansion with new ships, weapons, modules, and more to follow next year.
Unfamiliar with Shortest Trip to Earth?
Shortest Trip to Earth is a roguelike spaceship simulator focused on exploration, ship management and tactical battles. Players embark on a perilous journey across the universe, with an armed crew, nuclear missiles and a cat.