One more gameplay breakdown is here for Hardspace: Shipbreaker to take us a bit deeper into the details of what Hardspace is all about
It might have felt like we have seen this before, but here we go with more on the gameplay of Hardspace: Shipbreaker just before it hits the Early Access phase over on the PC on June 16th. If you have not been keeping up on this title, this is the space wrecking game that has been announced for a while now from Blackbird Interactive. We will need to destroy spaceships out there, as a shipbreaker normally does, and try to pay off our debt we start with in Hardspace from the jump. That is the basic story of it all and now we have just a bit more. Hopefully more when the game does hit the PS4 and Xbox One down the line.
This is more of a video for the gamers just learning about Hardspace: Shipbreaker here more than anything. There is a bit more of the game to look at, but it is the same gameplay in general. We will need to be careful as we cut through the ship and try not to depressurize things or cut fuel lines. Dangers that we will need to worry about all throughout as new ships are brought in for us to harvest. Have a look at it all if you have missed out on Hardspace: Shipbreaker before now or just want to see a bit of a different aspect to it all. Then get ready to jump into the fun during the Early Access or wait for the final build.
Hardspace: Shipbreaker — Gameplay Overview
Blackbird Interactive and Focus Home Interactive’s new sandbox spaceship salvaging game Hardspace: Shipbreaker is coming to PC via Steam Early Access on June 16 — but you can learn everything you’ll need to know about cutting up derelict vessels in orbit right now with Hardspace’s new gameplay overview trailer!
To be a successful salvager and pay off your debt to the Lynx Corporation, you’ll need to learn the ins and outs of every tool at your disposal, including a high-tech scanner and laser-powered grapple and cutter tools. You’ll also need to figure out how each unique vessel works — these ships can be massive, with tons of delicate, physics-based components that can blow up in your face (along with your profits) if not handled properly, so plan your strategy carefully.
Getting a high score means securing the very heart of each ship: the reactor. If you can cash in on these valuable pieces of hardware, you’ll come away with new upgrades and more challenging assignments — just be sure you don’t let it melt down.
Did you see anything new here for Hardspace: Shipbreaker here or was it just different aspects of the same gameplay? How many ships do you think will be in the game for us and will it be more than a few different skins? Do you think we will be able to truly pay off our debt in the game or will it just always be the case to keep the game going? Let us know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. When we have more for Hardspace: Shipbreaker, we will share it all here. Just be sure to keep checking in here for it all.