Out There: Oceans of Time support still hopeful for Linux and Mac along with Windows PC. According to a recent reply from Mi-Clos Studio and Goblinz Studio. Due to arrive on both Humble Store and Steam in 2021.
Out There: Oceans of Time is the sequel to Out There. Also the award winning space exploration game blending roguelike, resource management and interactive fiction. An ambitious new vision for the this universe. Oceans of Time will thrill fans of the previous game. But you also don’t have to play the original to love this new edition. Since this is a standalone story in the Out There saga.
Well a new comment has also popped up on Steam. And despite our original post about Linux. It looks like support is now more “likely”.
We’ll likely support MacOS and Linux.
Previously reviewing details with the Out There: Oceans of Time developers. They were working on Linux support. Now based on this recent comment. It does look far more hopeful. And since I’m all for Mi-Clos Studio and Goblinz Studio working together. At this point it would be helpful if one of the developers would post an official confirmation.
Out There: Oceans of Time – Expedition
Also, if you do not Out There: Oceans of Time. The game is due to be more than a sequel though. Since it will keep the core mechanics of the original game. Likewise, expect a roguelike with resource management and interactive fiction. Delivering everything in a much more ambitious manner with completely new features.
- Explore an vast universe that is different every time you play
- Meet strange alien beings and learn to communicate and trade. Then conduct diplomacy with them. All whiles you build a coalition of allies in your quest to find the Archon
- Manage your crew and officers. The recruit new members from the alien races you encounter
- Lead your away teams on daring expeditions to probe derelict spaceships. But you will also seach ancient cities, and desolate planets. Then learn more about their secrets
- Upgrade and maintain your ship in Out There: Oceans of Time. Manage scarce resources that can be replenished through trade or planetary exploration
- Captivating music composed by Siddhartha Barnhoorn (Antichamber, Out There…)
- Weave your way through a epic branching story with multiple endings. All told through interactive cel-shaded cutscenes. Thanks to the writing by FibreTigre. With illustrations by renowned artist Benjamin Carre (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Alone in the Dark)
Out There: Oceans of Time for Linux and Mac is now “likely” with support still hopeful. But you can Wishlist the game, even though it outlines Windows PC on Humble Store and Steam. Due to release sometime in 2021.