Space Wars Interstellar Empires is coming to Linux, Mac and Windows. So now the free-to-play turn-based tactical strategy MMO sees a delay. Since Desert Owl Games expected to release on December 6, 2017.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances. The turn-based tactical strategy MMO from Desert Owl Games will not enter Steam Early Access on Dec. 6th. And will be delayed several days.”
Since this news came via email. We are unsure what the delay entails. So that being said, this will be a wait and see. Which means no real-time interstellar travel just yet, unfortunately.
Space Wars Interstellar Empires Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows):
So what can you expect in Space Wars Interstellar Empires. The games setin a fierce conflict between four vast empires. Which forces you to take side. While locked in a struggle for galactic domination.
Therefore your task is to pilot a ship. Leading its crew of officers. All of whom possess their own skills and attributes. So each will impact how the vessel performs and operates. In combat, commanders must play to their ship and crew’s strengths. Strategically managing power across systems. Due to things like propulsion, weapons and sensors. And of course, shields.
Successful captains will not only help their factions gain territory and riches, but acquire new character upgrades, more powerful warships, and rewards that can carry over from one campaign to the next. With more than one hundred vessels to collect, players will boast no shortage of variety as they engage in up to 20-on-20 player battles in this persistent universe that can support over 1000 players per server.
Coupling boundless depth and player choice with a comprehensive tutorial accommodating to even the greenest of pilots and strategy game newcomers, Space Wars Interstellar Empires provides an engaging tactical multiplayer experience for all players to enjoy while setting out to conquer the galaxy.
The Games delayed release on Steam
The Steam Early Access launch is coming with a massive initial galactic campaign. With fully-voiced cutscenes. And narration set against the backdrop of a beautifully-illustrated storyline. Additional features and campaigns are still in development and will be released in the near future. So hang tight, the games coming to Linux, Mac and Windows, soon.