Too bad, looked interesting. I'm pretty much soured on early access Steam games.BUMP!
Its been over two years. Game is still not playable. My character dies all the time on random maps.
Piss poor frame rates when the game does work.
All the tutorials are borked.
Starmade? Not quite what you're looking for, but it's like if SE and Minecraft had a love child. Wasn't my cup of tea, but I keep an eye on it in case I feel like going back to it. Might appeal to you.Necro for a good cause. Sorta'
The last few updates have very nearly broken the game and the experience is becoming very frustrating.
I'm wondering if any S.E. players have suggestions for a multiplayer game similar to this... Something where building stuff takes a bit more brainpower than Minecraft. Perhaps a bit more survival skills like food/water as well.
There was another game (I forget name offhand) like this and was more forgiving on computer hardware, but has one huge limitation - nothing *moves*. No sliding doors, no driving or flying vehicles... boring!
Anyways... sharing the bad news but looking for suggestions!
Wow, i didnt even know this was still in development, i gave up on this game over a year ago.BUMP!
Another massive update. This game is moving along VERY slowly. Almost painfully slow. I think these guys have regular jobs and just work on the game during weekends and holidays.
Lots of features, many fixes. No official release date. I am betting this never gets a proper release. Most of the Early Access titles on Steam never get finished.
GRAV is not officially dead, but everyone knows it. No updates in 2 years. No word from the devs in one year.Eh, I had a huge post typed up about how early access games should be added onto wishlists and observed on an annual basis, but I'll just sum it up instead and say that developers who boast a broad scope of features but sport only a small - usually inexperienced - team should be avoided unless you enjoy the feeling of being ripped off in the long run.