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Spaceflight Simulator real-life physics and support

spaceflight simulator real-life physics game release date and support for linux with windows pc

Spaceflight Simulator real-life physics game release date and support for Linux with Windows PC. Due to the creative efforts of developer Stefo Mai Morojna. Which is coming to Steam Early Access next month.

Spaceflight Simulator is a game with real-life physics. Where astronauts and engineers build their own rockets and explore the universe. A title currently being developed by Stefo Mai Morojna. Due to release the space race onto Steam Early Access, Tuesday, January 25, 2022. More than 20 million rocket technicians have escaped gravity’s pull via the App Store and Google Play.
However, Linux does have confirmation floating about. Reaching out to developer Stefo Mai Morojna, he offers a unique reply.

We are using Unity, so the game should be available to Linux.

So this “should” mean a Linux build is coming with the Early Access release. There is a Steam comment highlighting a native port. This could also mean a Linux build on or before the later 2022 1.0 launch. But if not, we also have Proton. Fingers crossed for Linux in Early Access.

Spaceflight Simulator will have you put together a space program from scratch. Due to exploring the solar system and reaching the vast unknown. Build finely crafted rockets from essential parts. This also includes propulsion systems, fairings, capsules, and more. Then aim for the stars. Scientifically accurate rocket physics paves the way for realistic flight sequences. Where it will take more than one attempt to get the first rocket in orbit.

Spaceflight Simulator | Steam Trailer

Land on planets in a solar system sized to scale to simulate the grand scale of celestial objects. This also includes accurate terrains, climates, and gravity pulls. Due to offering a true to life experience. Aspiring astronomers can oversee a maiden voyage to the Earth’s Moon. Doing so before taking off to Mars, Mercury, and beyond.

Android and iOS Spaceflight Simulator players have sent a combined 300 million rockets to space. So now more than 30,000 people are part of an active and helpful Discord server. All due to help new rocketeers get their bearings. Included with the Steam Early Access launch are the Parts, Skins, Planets, and Bundle DLC. Already available as a paid DLC for mobile. This content update also allows explorers to survey Jupiter and its four moons. Doing so right off the bat alongside new parts for rocket building. Topping this offer with posh ship skins for the PC version.

Spaceflight Simulator real-life physics game lands on Steam Early Access, January 25, 2022. Priced at $11.99 USD. Already targeting the release date with a Windows PC build, but a Linux port “should” be included.

For more information, follow @SpaceflightSim on Twitter. Subscribe to its YouTube channel and join the expedition via Discord.

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