Everspace, Rogue-Like Space Game Now Available On Steam And GOG
(Last Updated On: May 28, 2017)

Everspace was featured on this site numerous times and, from the looks of it, seems to be a rogue-like space game that is beloved by many gamers so far. The space game by publisher and developer Rockfish Games just hit Steam and GOG as a playable title and is currently available for PC.

If you are the type of gamer that can’t seem to shake your love for rogue-like stuff and surprising space fun, you just might find Everspace to be something of interest. The game that sports colorful planets, deep space, bright nebula formations, and unique looking asteroid fields official description lies below.

“EVERSPACE combines fast-paced combat with roguelike elements, great visuals and a captivating story. It takes you on a challenging journey through an ever-changing, beautifully crafted universe full of surprises. Shoot, craft and loot your way to victory while the odds are stacked against you.”

Said to be packed with action to the brim, the space shooter combines elements that you would find in a crafting game but in space, which is also accompanied by a “captivating” story.

Moreover, if you are the type of player that likes your very own wits and merits to be tested, Everspace is said to constantly challenge those traits of a player but in new situations and encounters, ensuring a myriad of opportunities at hand.

If you want to see the act of battle, collecting resources, navigating strange asteroid fields and other features nestled in Everspace, the official gameplay launch trailer is up for your viewing pleasure.

Everspace is out right now for PC and can be purchased over on Steam and GOG for $29.99. The former site reads a rating of “Very Positive”, while the latter sees a “Four Star” rating. Additional information regarding Everspace can be found by hitting up everspace-game.com.


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  • Disqusted

    Sure looks nice.

  • AlecJ

    I liked the demo on Xbox One quite a bit, but man was it hard as nails. I found myself exploded very quickly….very often.

    Ill probably take a look once it hits consoles in a completed form.