Developer Hexagon Games and Publisher Assemble Entertainment have just revealed that the survival city-builder Sphere – Flying Cities is now out of early access, bringing along brand new features and content.

Set in the future on an uninhabitable Earth decimated by the moon’s cataclysmic destruction, what’s left of humanity is forced to head up and into the skies with wreckless abandon — the last and only hope of survival. The question now is whether the idea was too foolish to work, or whether mankind’s technological advancements will prove to be their salvation. 

Key Features of Sphere – Flying Cities

  • A City in the Clouds: Construct your city with numerous retro-futuristic buildings, utilize the resources available from the unique sky-vironment, and send out drones to harvest (sometimes rare!) resources and repair buildings to keep everyone’s head in the clouds
  • The Sky’s the Limit: The anti-gravity device and its deflector shield are the only things protecting the city from (un)natural disasters; maintaining it means the difference between life and certain doom
  • For the Greater Good: Assuring the safety of your city’s denizens is of paramount importance — tend to their needs by supplying food, healthcare, and shelter, as well as undergoing rescue missions. However, keep in mind that you won’t be able to save every building – nor every colonist.
  • Write Your Own Story: Each decision you make, turn you take, and building you create chronicles your own narrative in this compelling near-apocalypse scenario. Define your experience by the paths you follow and determine how your city’s story ends.

Sphere – Flying Cities is available now on Steam and GOG for £14.99 / €17.99. It is currently being offered at a 40% discount on Steam to commemorate the launch.

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