It’ll put players in control of a significant space service from the start of the space age to humankind’s ultimate travel to Mars.
While accountable for their space service, players will research new technology to expand their base and increase their rockets and tanks to launch an assortment of different missions. To further explain how they’re translating space technology into Mars Horizon, Auroch Digital has started a podcast to discuss its evolution.
The reveal trailer below reveals pre-alpha footage of the game since it is still in development. Auroch Digital introduced another pre-alpha video of a game before this year named Dark Red Future: Blood Red States.
While Mars Horizon does not have an exact release date yet, it will be available sometime in late 2018 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. You could also head over to Steam to place the game in your own wishlist.This article was originally published by DualShockers. Read the original article.