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EVERSPACE™ is an action-focused single-player space shooter, combining roguelike elements with top-notch visuals and a captivating story. It takes you on a challenging journey through an ever-changing, beautifully crafted universe full of surprises. Your skills, experience, and talent for improvisation will be tested continuously as you piece together the puzzle of your existence through encounters with interesting characters, each having their own unique part of the story to tell.

In each exciting run, you will face entirely new situations, ensuring countless hours of thrilling gameplay and generating myriad opportunities for individual, meaningful moments to experience. No matter how skilled you are, death is inevitable but is also only the beginning of a much larger journey.

  • Dash into intense dogfights and experience furious space combat using a wide range of weaponry and devices.
  • Collect and mine valuable resources to either repair your ship’s systems or to craft new equipment and modifications for a much-needed advantage. Your choice.
  • Find blueprints for crafting, and hunt for exotic weaponry and equipment. You never know what will drop next.
  • Travel through vast, procedurally-generated levels with untold numbers of hidden dangers and treasures. A game of risk and reward awaits.
  • With the tools provided, it is up to you to make the best of your situation. Utilize every advantage and be creative to turn the odds in your favor. Every mistake could be your last.


  • Single-player roguelike space shooter with persistent progression
  • Captivating fully voice-acted story featuring interesting and thoughtfully designed characters
  • Three unique player ships, each with different capabilities and starting gear to choose from
  • Vibrant art style with top-notch visuals and incredible attention to detail
  • Shooter-style 6DOF controls optimized for mouse + keyboard
  • In-depth crafting and damage system
  • Dynamic, functional cockpit displays for all player ships
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: 32/64-bit Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 480 / AMD Radeon HD 5870
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • OS: 32/64-bit Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 / AMD Radeon R9 280X
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 8 GB available space

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System requirements for macOS

  • OS: El Capitan
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 480 / AMD Radeon HD 5870
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • OS: El Capitan
  • Processor: Intel CPU Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 770 / AMD Radeon R9 280X
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
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Fly My Lovely
Have 5 or more drones working for you at the same time.
Quid Pro Quo
Complete all tasks for Tareen.
Have a primary weapon other than the Ancient Weapon installed that does more than 200 shield or hull dps.
Enhanced Victory
Finish a run having both the Predetermination and Sensory Overload enhancements equipped.
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EVERSPACE reviews and comments

Everspace is not what I expected. Coming from a long-time player of space-sim games like Elite Dangerous and Freelancer, I thoroughly enjoyed the more arcade-like experience that Everspace provides.
The controls are, perhaps, the most important thing to discuss when it comes to a dogfight focused spaceship game. The game is designed for mouse and keyboard, and it is surprisingly easy to control with that scheme. You have complete 6-axis control if that's what you want, which allows for some surprisingly technical maneuvers. You technically can configure it with a HOTAS setup, but I found that experience more frustrating than rewarding.
The game is centered around clearing 7 sectors of space without dying. You manage your fuel and resources and get through zones and repair/upgrade your ship. Every time you die, you get a chance to get permanent upgrades to your ship and pilot using the currency you've collected. Then, you start again. There's a crafting system and resource system that, in my opinion, was overdeveloped. There's more types of resources than there needs to be. They could've executed it more cleanly had they used 4 or 5 types of resources instead of 14.
The story is pretty bare bones. The visuals are pretty amazing. Not much else to say here.
Overall, this is a refreshing sidetrack from my Elite Dangerous adventures. I finished the game after 7 attempts and probably won't be returning to it to do the additional challenges and "endgame" content, but if you thoroughly enjoy the gameplay then there's plenty to do beyond that.
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Early access review to the limits of the observable universe and to the controls of your "cuckoo" with antimatter, you wander in search of an answer. Bravant many cosmic enemies such bounty hunters, envenimated factions as well as reluctant stars, the path will be harsh, but as they say, it is not the completion that is paramount but the journey traveled. From stellar systems to systems, facing the omnipresent resistance, you are actually wondering (while blasting intruders to plasma cannons) which ineffable entities or factions might exist out of space-time. Having a rudimentary but effective power to travel at a reasonable fraction of the speed of light, it will definitely not be enough to really go where you want it, but that matter as long as the ore flows afloat in space and technology advances, nothing is impossible. A devilish, cosmic ray-resistant cockpit, technology, reflexes and a thirst for science fiction will be the master ingredients of your "whimsical" journey. Indé-SF-space-shooter shutillating and not finished so additions will follow. Small catch, no support other than Xbox controller and steam controller, but keyboard + mouse handy enough.
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Product received for free early access review I really fell in love with Everspace. For its original graphics, so every area is a delight to discover. If I hadn't retained myself, I think I would have pressed the screenshot key every five minutes. For its next fights, totally arcade-oriented, they allow very dynamic confrontations where you must use intelligently the weapons and modules at your disposal without falling short of energy. And finally for its exploration side, every new area to collect the resources necessary for your progress (especially the fuel that you will sometimes have to loot in the G&B, even if you sacrifice your Pact of non-aggression). The story is discovered in small touches, the artificial intelligence of your ship sometimes gives you information about the war that has just happened and you will also discover testimonies of former captains by rummaging the carcasses of vessels drifting. In addition to random generation of zones, some events may also appear, such as the presence of a black hole or a signal Jammer that you will first need to hack in order to continue your progress. You will also have secondary goals to validate to get additional credits (destroy a drone by basing it in, shoot down twenty enemies before the second sector, etc.). Even if everything is not yet implemented (the price will rise from elsewhere around €40 once the other two ships, the best management of the VR, the hardcore mode and so on are added), you can already throw yourself on this title. I have already spent more than ten hours and I have only one desire, to go back to continue to improve my ship and explore the Galaxy! Read the full preview on game side story [www.gamesidestory.com] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXDXDEwZxwg
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