Landinar: Into the Void

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action/Adventure
Developer: Convoy Games
Release Date: 2018

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'Landinar: Into the Void' Announced, Comes to Early Access Soon - Screens

by Rainier on March 22, 2018 @ 12:57 p.m. PDT

Landinar: Into the Void is an action-packed neo-noir space adventure in a backwater quadrant under tight control of the Empire.

You play as a captain down on his luck, with more enemies than friends and a knack for getting in trouble. After an unfortunate run-in with the law, it's time for change!

Deal with people, take on contracts, fight your enemies, collect new tech, build your spaceship and join the rebellion to liberate the quadrant!


Landinar: Into the Void is currently in development and will release on Steam Early access soon…

We’ve spent the last 3 years working hard on Landinar: Into the Void. Now the game is almost complete and we feel it’s time to involve players in the final parts. The initial release is a sandbox where you can explore the universe, take on missions, find tech and build space ships. For the final release, we plan to have a complete single player story campaign with (branching) main and side missions and several other features:

  • A complete singleplayer storyline in which you help the rebellion liberate the sector.
  • Additional enemy types, minibosses and other challenges.
  • More weapons, abilities and ways to interact with the world.

Key Features:

  • Build your own spaceship - Gather parts and hull templates to design and build your own ship.
  • Seamless scaling - Walk around on a station, get in the cockpit, and seamlessly fly out into space.
  • Player freedom - Decide where you go, who you work for, and how you complete your objectives.
  • Explore the quadrant - Travel to different systems to find new people, hidden tech, and dangerous enemies.

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