EVERSPACE 2 in-game screenshot

EVERSPACE 2 Kickstarter now scheduled to go live on October 2nd, backers PC demo coming soon

ROCKFISH Games announced today the postponement of the Kickstarter campaign for EVERSPACE 2 to October 2nd. Furthermore, the team will be offering a demo to all backers shortly after the Kickstarter campaign ends.

ROCKFISH Games plans to launch the Early Access phase for EVERSPACE 2 on Steam at the end of 2020. Moreover, the team aims to fully release the game in the second half of 2021.

Michael Schade, CEO of ROCKFISH Games, said:

“At gamescom and Pax West, over 1500 space game fans played the EVERSPACE 2 demo and were all enthusiastic about it. That’s why we decided to exhibit at the Tokyo Game Show at the German Pavilion at short notice, too. We will then incorporate the feedback into the finalization of the reward tiers and stretch goals of the Kickstarter campaign. In addition, we want to polish the demo a bit more and add graphic options to support a wide range of gaming PCs, so that our backers can get into exciting space battles later this year”.

The story of EVERSPACE 2 will continue after the events of its successful predecessor. The game will offer not only even more immersive gameplay, but also a visually impressive open-world gaming experience. The Kickstarter campaign will run from October 2nd until November 4th. The demo version of EVERSPACE 2 for eligible backers will be available via Steam shortly after the campaign has ended.

Enjoy!

EVERSPACE 2 Announcement Trailer

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