Indie dev Keen shows off updates released in first month of Space Engineers early access
Posted: 26.11.2013 05:44 by Comments: 1
Keen Software's space colony sim Space Engineers was released a month ago on Steam Early Access, and since then, there's been a ton of updates to the game.

According to the indie developer, the new changes feature fixes and additions including:

* Steam Workshop (upload and download your world to/from Workshop)
* Magnetic Landing Gears (so you can land your small ship on a large ship)
* Symmetry/Mirroring in creative mode
* Copy/paste/delete in creative mode
* Modding of 3D models
* Inventory
* Items
* Max speed is now the same for all objects (104m/s)
* Inertial dampeners for astronaut and for ships can be turned on/off
* Faster building and deleting (CTRL+SHIFT)
* Beacon (HUD shows a direction/distance to beacon blocks)
* Localization to 15 languages
* Linear and angular velocity of objects is now saved
* Experimental support for much larger worlds

Keen also held a poll asking gamers what their desired next feature would be. Multiplayer gameplay led with 44%, a survival mode was second with 24%, and 10% wanted a 64-bit version of the game. The studio also released a dev diary summarizing the improvements to Space Engineers. Check it out in the video below.

Source: DualShockers
Related games: Space Engineers (PC)


By Chosen_One (SI Elite) on Nov 26, 2013
Working weapons!!!