Deep Sky Derelicts, both a turn-based strategy and RPG, with tactical card combat and rogue-like elements, will be released in “Early Access” on Steam this October. Drools.
The release date for the full game is scheduled for early 2018. Good news though, a playable hands-on demo of Deep Sky Derelicts will be available at the upcoming Gamescom expo.
Dmytro Zhovtobryukh, CEO and Co-founder of Snowhound Games had this to say:
“We have come up with a very distinctive and quite precise idea of how the game should look like and how it should play, taking the basic inspiration from such games as Darkest Dungeon and FTL: Faster Than Light.
Yet we are very much looking forward to pushing the game further with the aid of the community during the Early Access period and implementing the players’ best suggestions for the perfect Deep Sky Derelicts experience.”
The game is set in a grim dystopian future of course, where mankind has scattered across the galaxy and human society has split into two distinct classes.
The poor outcasts are forced to live off scraps from derelict alien stations and ships in outer space, but the dream of becoming a privileged citizen and living on the surface of a habitable planet, enjoying the non-synthetic air, water and food, is very real…
Is it just me, or does this look and sound really good?