‘Occupy Mars: The Game’ Has a Release Date for the PC

Credit: Steam

Since scientists still have a lot of work to do in order to figure out how exactly humans will land on Mars by the end of the decade, we can surely see our dream come true through video games. But even so, we’re not sure which way is the easiest!

‘Occupy Mars: The Game’ is the moniker for an upcoming game that’s set to arrive in just a few days for those who prefer their gaming on laptops/desktop PCs. It’s a sandbox game that gives you the chance to colonize the Red Planet and try to build a settlement there for humans. There are countless of exciting things that your character can do in this game: mining, flying, building, crafting, avoiding dangers such as natural disasters, and more.

‘Occupy Mars: The Game’ is launching on May 10

In only two days, those who are passionate about both gaming and astronomy can have them at the same time: they will get the chance to play ‘Occupy Mars: The Game’ on the PC.

The information is confirmed by the launch trailer of the game:

Jonas Ek explained via TGG:

The Warsaw-based (Poland) PlayWay S.A and Lublin-based (Poland) indie games developer Pyramid Games, are today very happy and excited to announce that their highly technical, open-world sandbox, survival game “Occupy Mars: The Game”, is coming to PC via Early Access (through Steam GOG, and EGS) on May 10th, 2023.

Now let’s learn more about the upcoming game, courtesy of its official Steam page:

Survive and colonize Mars in a highly technical, open-world sandbox game. Build and upgrade your base, discover new regions, conduct mining operations, retrieve water, generate oxygen, grow crops, and fix broken parts.

In order to make sure that you’ll benefit from the best graphics features that ‘Occupy Mars: The Game’ has to offer, your PC should be equipped with a GeForce GTX 1070 video card of 8GB VRAM or something better.

Cristian Antonescu
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