The RocketWerkz studio, captained the creator of DayZ Dean Hall, has announced that his new video game finally has a release date: after being delayed a couple of times, Icarus has confirmed his arrival on PC this Friday, December 3, when to be available in Steam from 11:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) at a price of 22,49 euros thanks to an introductory discount of 10%.
At its launch, Icarus count on 64 square kilometers of land to explore, more than 35 missions ranging from days to weeks in duration, more than 240 skills, six different building materials, more than 95 building parts, 40 types of weapons and ammunition, 35 armor pieces, 15 crafting benches, more than 140 items to manufacture, 11 different minerals to mine and support for nine languages, including the spanish.
Icarus is a player versus environment survival game that takes us to a dangerous alien planet that gives the game its name. We can venture into this mission both solo and cooperatively with sessions of up to eight players. “Supports the wild alien nature of Icarus, the biggest mistake of humanity. Survive its brutal environment while you explore, harvest, create and hunt to seek your fortune “, we can read in its official description.
The let it at 1.0 Icarus coming to Steam this week after an arduous development process, the last phases of which have consisted of beta test weekends that have been accessed by those who have reserved the game. This format has served the team to polish the project before its launch: “The format Beta Weekend of unlocking new features, fixing bugs quickly, and optimizing every two weeks has worked very well for our team and the health of the game, “explains the creator of the game in a release, but now they want to use that foundation to build a live project: “It is equally important that we get out of beta and start dealing with Icarus as a live and evolving game. The main design of the game has now been tested and solidified, a mountain of launch content has been loaded; now we start to build on it“.