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Star​ ​Traders:​ ​Frontiers

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Strategy
Developer: Trese Brothers Games

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'Star​ ​Traders:​ ​Frontiers' Comes to Steam Early Access - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Nov. 7, 2017 @ 2:27 p.m. PST

You are the captain of a starship venturing through a massive open universe. Customize your crew and take command at the helm of your very own ship as you explore an galaxy torn apart by internal strife, alien threats, and political intrigue.

Command your ship and crew as a space pirate, merchant, bounty hunter, and more in Star Traders: Frontiers...

Venture forth into a massive open universe, rich with adventure and the lore of the Star Traders. Choose your path by assembling and commanding your custom crew and spaceship in a constantly evolving galaxy torn by internal strife, political intrigue, and alien threats. Will you fly as a pirate terrorizing shipping lanes, join the solar wars as a military captain, or track targets across the stars as a fearsome bounty hunter?

First there was the Exodus – when survivors of a great war piled into their hive ships and left the Galactic Core behind in search of a new home in the stars. Scattered worlds were claimed on the fringe of the galaxy. Each pocket of survivors held on to an isolated set of worlds while trying to rebuild under the great law of Shalun. Three centuries later, technology has brought them back together again. Discovery of the hyperwarp has bridged what was once an unimaginable distance between far-flung colonies, long-lost families, and political factions.

With that reunification has come great economic prosperity. The hyperwarp reestablished the transportation of cargo, goods, and technologies between the quadrants – but it has also brought great strife. Political rivalries have been rekindled, blood has been shed in age-old feuds, and the fires of war have been stoked. Amidst the political infighting, a ruthless revolution is rising – and the fervent explorers of the hyperwarp have awoken something that was better left asleep.

Customize your ship​ ​with​ ​more​ ​than​ ​300​ ​upgrades.​ ​Journey​ ​across​ ​an​ ​endless​ ​procedurally-generated​ ​galaxy with an in-depth simulation of political, economic, and personal vendettas. Every single crew and officer is a full character with personality traits, history, job, and talents: Watch them grow, manage/promote them, celebrate their victories ... and perhaps even mourn their deaths.

The ​galaxy is being​ ​torn​ ​by​ ​internal​ ​strife,​ ​political​ ​intrigue,​ ​and alien​ ​threats.​ ​Will​ ​you​ ​fly​ ​as​ ​a​ ​pirate​ ​terrorizing​ ​the​ ​shipping​ ​lanes,​ ​join​ ​the​ ​solar​ ​wars​ ​as​ ​a military​ ​captain,​ ​or​ ​track​ ​targets​ ​as​ ​a​ ​fearsome​ ​bounty​ ​hunter?​ ​The​ ​choice​ ​is yours​ ​in​ ​​Star​ Traders:​ Frontiers.

Step onto the bridge of your starship, take to the stars, and create your own story in Star Traders: Frontiers.

 


Star​ ​Traders:​ ​Frontiers will be available on Steam Early Access (Windows, Mac, Linux) on November 14 for only ​​$11.99 – 20% off. On November 21, the game will return to its original price of $14.99.

Key Features:

  • Explore a rich, open universe: Discover endless procedurally-generated galactic maps, meet unique characters, and take on enemies to conquer the galaxy!
  • Become an intergalactic captain: Take on the role of a spy, smuggler, explorer, pirate, merchant, bounty hunter, and more (21 jobs total)!
  • Customize your own spaceship: Choose from more than 300 upgrades and build your very own vessel to venture across the vast reaches of space.
  • Assemble and tailor a loyal crew: Assign talents and equip specialized gear for every spaceship crew member.
  • Experience an ever-changing narrative: Decide to make friends or foes with other factions and influence political, economic, and personal vendettas.

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