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SOL: Exodus

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By the year 2500, Earth had become toxic and unsafe for human life. Pollution and overpopulation had ravaged the planet, forcing humanity to the stars. Colonies and settlements soon sprung up across the solar system, but man had not left its thirst for war behind. Then, they learned their sun was dying, and everything changed. Only when faced with threat greater than each other did the nations of man finally come together. The United Colonies of SOL (UCS) was born, its first and only mission: to locate a new home for mankind, safely beyond the doomed borders of our solar system.

Suit up and take on the role of the Lieutenant Commander, ace fighter pilot and 2nd in command of the UCS Atlas, as you search for a new home, battle a mysterious enemy, and rescue humanity from a fiery end.

Key features:
  • Experience an action space shooter like no other with Unreal™-powered visuals.
  • Eight epic missions take you across breathtaking landmarks of our solar system, including Pluto, Neptune, Triton, Uranus, Saturn, and Titan.
  • Utilize the advanced weaponry of your UCS HADES space fighter, including dual gatling guns, tracking missiles and MAG cannon.
  • Engage a variety of enemy fighters, bombers, drones and more as you protect civilian transports and defend installations from attack.
  • Take down massive capital ships by hacking into them and revealing their weak points or turning their weapons on one another.
  • Learn the origins of your shadowy foes as the plot unfolds through full voice-acted dialogue
  • Replay missions to earn higher ranks and perform heroic actions to earn upgrade points which can be used to improve your fighter.
  • Top your friends on Steam leaderboards and compare your medals with dozens of achievements to unlock!
  • Fully remappable controls support USB gamepads, joysticks, and mouse/keyboard control schemes.
Release date
Bit Planet Games, LLC
Bit Planet Games, LLC
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), or Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.8Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon X2, or equivalent
  • Memory: 2.0GB
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, 256 MB of VRAM;(NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GS, ATI Radeon HD 2400 Pro 256 MB)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 4 GB available
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible, 16-bit
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.0Ghz Quad Core
  • Memory: 4.0GB
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c compatible, 512MB of VRAM; NVIDIA (GeForce GTX260 / ATI Radeon 4870)
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 4 GB available
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible, 16-bit
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Combat Proficiency Medal
You completed a mission using only guns.
Cyberinsurgent Elite
You hacked 15 enemy capital ships.
Combat Accuracy Medal
You completed a mission with 75% or higher accuracy.
Tritonian Elite Service Award
You served at an Elite level during the Triton mission.
Veteran Bucket Blaster
You destroyed 15 ADP's.
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SOL: Exodus reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Hm, unfortunately no Wing Commander. But quite nice, at least for a few Hours. There are a few loosely connected Missions where you get out somewhere and then you actually just have to fend off Waves of Enemies. Control is also good with Mouse and Keyboard. Graphics and Story are also quite ok for an Indie title. But I have deleted it because there are better Games and the Time for that is too precious for that. 6/10 Points Thumbs down, because it is not a Buy recommendation in itself, as a game in an Indie Bundle but absolutely worth a Look, or if you don't know for 2-3 Euros where with it.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
-received in the Bundle-I have little Experience with this Genre, but I tested it. Again, this is a Game in which I would have liked there to be more Music, otherwise it's a bit boring. The Music builds action and thus also the Fun of the Game. Unfortunately, the Controls are not so good either. Controller is detected immediately, but the YX Axis is reversed and so only a Keyboard is possible to play. But What is not so bad, but nevertheless the Control is unfavorably chosen. Instead of flying toagainst with WASD/arrow Buttons, you shoot down Rockets with the Keys and with the Mouse you distract (but you can at least change the Standard Settings). Manual flying is as far as I can see it not possible just to direct and shoot with Mouse. I don't know if that's common with the Genre, but that takes away my Gameplay. I'd rather "participate" in the Game and not just rump around with the Mouse. The Graphics are very good. But with me, the Spark just doesn't come across.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Quite fine – if you don't have anything better to Choose FROM SOL: Exodus isn't actually a bad Game. If you want to ball around in the first Place, you can even have your Fun with it. Unfortunately, however, this Fun is likely to be over after just 3 Hours. There can be no Talk of serious replay Value due to a paltry three Weapon systems, monotonous Mission design and annoying Game elements such as the hacking mini-name or the superfluous skill passages in the final Mission. In Contrast, unfortunately, there is nothing that can really stand out. Although The Plot is based on a nice Basic Idea and the English Voiceover Is surprisingly high quality, this is far from ENOUGH to make SOL: Exodus really worth playing. Suitable only for really tough space simulations and shooter fans. Pro and Kontra: Pro:-Comprehensive Controller support and freely configurable control-generally offers very good Control-the three Levels of difficulty can also be changed within a Campaign-very good Voiceover Neutral:-interesting Basic Concept of action, but unfortunately only implemented very superficially Kontra:-paltry 3 Hours of Playtime-quite monotonous mission design-gives only three different Weapons-last Mission annoyed with skill passages and bugged Checkpoints-disturbing And superfluous hacking Mini-name The full Review: http://www.gamecontrast.de/sol-exodus-review/#more-62810
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