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Ixion

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Kasedo Games
Developer: Bulwark Studios
Release Date: Dec. 7, 2022

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'Ixion' Reveals Deluxe Edition, Gives Us A Look Behind The Scenes At Its Artwork - Trailer

by Rainier on Nov. 23, 2022 @ 9:47 a.m. PST

Ixion combines city-building, survival elements and exploration into a thrilling space opera where players are charged with the task of finding a new home for humanity.

Ixion combines city-building, survival elements and exploration into a thrilling space opera where players are charged with the task of finding a new home for humanity.

Mankind is trying to escape its fate. The Earth is slowly dying, ravaged after years of human destruction and untold pollution. The stars represent a new beginning and a new home.

Authorized by Dolos Aerospace Engineering Corporation, the Tiqqun space station and its crew need guiding on a perilous journey through space, with the ultimate hope of finding a new home for humanity.

Ixion tasks players with managing station infrastructure and exploring the vast stellar map of known solar systems and those beyond to mine valuable resources and trade with others. Players must research new technologies, unlock new areas within the station, keep the power flowing, and keep your most precious cargo — mankind — alive.

Kasedo Games & Bulwark Studios have released the third and final Behind the Scenes developer video for Ixion

Focussing on the art of Ixion, the latest video discusses influences and inspiration with artists from the studio and shows unseen artwork from conception to final delivery.

Alongside the release of dev video, a special edition of Ixion has also been announced. Fans will be able to purchase the Deluxe Edition as part of a bundle at launch, which will include the base game, digital artbook and the digital original soundtrack from critically acclaimed composer, Guillaume David, who also worked on Kasedo & Bulwark’s last collaboration, Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus.

The digital artbook will contain sketches, concepts and in-game art from the whol;e development of the game.

Key Features:

  • In Dolos We Trust: Maintain trust in the corporation that started this venture or face failure and mutiny. Six sectors can be unlocked within the station, each able to house more population, support new jobs, provide opportunities to monitor the crew with the Data Listening Service. Will you bring hope to the people?
  • Choices in the Dark: Encounter other pockets of survivors, navigate away from the failures and wrecks of others. Ixion leads the player through gripping chapters of story, where new threats and opportunities are presented, all in aid of reaching the final destination, a new home.
  • Frontier Academia: Dolos is famed for its innovative technology and its scientists, but the Tiqqun is cut off. Find what resources you can, research what you do not have. Find new ways to provide for your settlement, construct new buildings to create what's needed. Modify the Tiqqun station, improve it, forge ahead in this odyssey.
  • Occupational Hazards: Space is a dangerous place, with hull breaches, overloaded power supplies, and electrical fires. It is up to you to manage these risks, deal with emergencies, create backup power solutions, and enable extra-vehicular activity.
  • Stellar Exploration: There are new stellar maps to explore. Send out probes to reveal what's hidden, create mining and cargo ships to find resources and trade, commission science expeditions to discover the secrets and threats you'll find out there in space. Encounter other survivors and bring them into the fold of your mission objective: survive.

Ixion is coming to PC (Steam) on December 7, 2022.


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