Space Engineers gets a major patch that overhauls its multiplayer and adds dedicated servers

Keen Software has released a new major patch for Space Engineers that focuses on the complete overhaul of multiplayer in Space Engineers, and a number of new features and optimizations. In order to showcase the new improvements, Keen Software has also released a new trailer that you can find below.

According to the team, Space Engineers has many systems and special care had to be taken for each of them: player character, jetpack, ship, wheeled vehicles, voxels and planets, fast moving objects, deformable entities, antenas, player standing on a moving grid, colliding grids, rotors, pistons, and many many more.

The highlights of this patch are a female engineer, the safe-zones, reworked warnings and its UI, new player respawn system, new experimental mode, updated animations, performance optimizations for all blocks to reduce their system usage, updated server lists and dedicated server management and many more.

Enjoy!

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