Built to be a space simulation with a side order of action, folks will find just that in Doomsday Games’ ASTROKILL, which is set to hit PC via Steam Early Access on May 27th. A variety of spaceships with different arsenals, capital ships, turrets and nimble spaceships will stand in your way as you fight through “unforgiving” zero-G space battles.
I do indeed like space games and flight sims, and with the two put together in Doomsday Games’ ASTROKILL, it seems like something that would quench the thirst of those who fancy space simulation with a side bit of dogfighting action. Set in first-person, players can pick and control the spaceship they want and go off and battle fleets of opposing ships.
If you are familiar with the simulation genre of spaceships and having to lead your targets with your laser bullets until they explode into glorious fireballs, then this game shouldn’t be anything foreign since it follows that exact concept. With that said, the official description dives in a little deeper on what the game is about.
“Pilot spacecraft ranging from small, nimble fighters to heavily armed gunships. In ASTROKILL, you will engage in combat against enemy fighters, capital ships, turrets, and even space mines. To succeed in this unforgiving zero-G battlefield, you must master your ship and its weapons.”
If you want to catch the ASTROKILL’s official trailer, which I don’t think is all that great, you can check it out below.
Set to come out a week from now, if you want to see if this is something worth playing or supporting, you view YouTuber Gaming Taylor take the space sim for a spin in his 13 minute long video.
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