Curve Digital and Runner Duck announced their intergalactic crew management strategy game expansion. Since Space Crew: Legendary Edition releases via Linux, Mac, Windows PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. While existing Space Crew owners can upgrade to Space Crew: Legendary Edition for Free.
Space Crew: Legendary Edition adds a wealth of new content. This also includes the epic Android Ambush campaign. Plus, for the first time, the chance to take your crew off ship. Do you can venture onto stations, outposts, and new vessels in Away Team missions.
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Featuring a new star system to explore new challenges. There are also new enemies to overcome. As well as new legendary crew to rescue and recruit. The expansion adds a galaxy’s worth of content. Doing for new and existing Space Crew players!
- A brand new campaign – Players will take on a droid army led by rogue androids previously allied with the United Defence Force. Battle against a whole host of new Enemy Champions and ships. Doing so across new missions, with new gear, liveries, and upgrades. All available for victorious Captains to unlock.
- Away Team missions – Leave your ship and venture on foot for the first time. Space Crew: Legendary Edition offers three of your crew onto outposts and large vessels. All in the NEW Away Team missions. Selecting the right team will be key for survival in Away Team missions. Since will have you exploring, puzzles, or combat. Sometimes even against the clock!
- Legendary Crew members – Build and personalize your ultimate crew. Doing by finding and rescuing legendary crew members with amazing abilities and superior stats. All to bolster your efforts against the enemy threat.
The new expansion is as varied as it is a test. With aspiring captains having to manage their crew members one by one during missions. Since this ensures targets are met with ‘minimal’ casualties. Phasmid attacks, android armies, black holes, and falling oxygen levels. Attacks from other worldly organisms, system failures, and more. These are just some of the tests crews will have to face head-on.