The forth PC Gaming Show at E3 is once again hosted by Sean “Day” Plott, although this year he’s accompanied by Frankie Ward. There were many announcements at this year’s show so let’s get right to it.
Satisfactory – A first-person Factorio.
Satisfactory is the new game from Coffee Stain Studios (Sanctum 2, Goat Simulator). The player assumes the role of a human who has been sent to an alien planet to build huge automated factories. Vehicles and exploration are also a key part of the game, can be played single player or co-op. What separates Satisfactory from other similar games is that it’s in first-person.
Neo Cab – Uber survival
Neo Cab is the debut game from Chance Agency, who describe the game as an “emotional survival game about gig labour”. The player takes control of Lina, one of the last human cab drivers in the AI dominated city of Los Ojos, where you navigate the streets and control conversations with your clients. Looks to be a rather different kind of survival game compared to the typical sandbox / resource management centric games that have become synonymous with the genre.
The Forgotten City – New standalone game based on the awarding winning mod.
Modding has been a pillar of PC gaming for many years. which is why it’s rather exciting that one of the most popular Skyrim mods, The Forgotten City is getting it’s own standalone game. Built in Unreal Engine, developer Modern Storyteller says that it will “retain all the elements which made the original beloved” whilst adding a whole lot of new features including “resigned characters and dialogue, fresh twists, lore and endings” to name but a few.
Star Control: Origins – New gameplay footage, releases 20th September 2018.
Stardock’s Star Control: Origins is an open universe action RPG which claims to have thousands of unique planets to visit and dozens of different aliens to