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Satellite Reign will be exiting Steam Early Access soon. Developer 5 Lives Studios has announced an August launch date for the cyberpunk strategy game.
Studio Wildcard has announced that modding support has now become available in Ark: Survival Evolved, the game that has sold more than a million copies in under a month and made more than $10 million in revenue while still being in Early Access.
Minecraft now has yet another competitor. LEGO Worlds lets player explore, destroy and build on a world made up of LEGO bricks.
Codemasters has gone the Early Access route for their latest outing, DiRT Rally. The game just appeared on Steam's platform designed to help developers and gamers come together during the very early parts of a game's development for feedback and community establishment purposes.
After a long, long time in open beta, the team at Squad are finally ready to hit the launch pad next week with Kerbal Space Program, a game all about building rockets, exploring the stars and trying to complete missions without unimaginable catastrophes taking place.
Sony Online Entertainment's open-world, zombie survival game has finally landed on Steam's Early Access platform. However, it's not playable just yet. The long wait for the game requires a bit more patience, as the Early Access page makes it known when the game will become playable.
Today The Long Dark joins the growing list of survival games on Steam Early Access. Unlike DayZ and Rust, though, Long Dark is a single-player, story-driven experience.
Rust developer Facepunch Studios announced this weekend that they're making an arcade-shooter called Riftlight. This announcement was not well-received by many gamers.
DayZ Standalone's development team has begun work on a cooking feature for the survival game. In a new blog post, Bohemia Interactive explained what cooking will be like in the zombie apocalypse and also gave a progress report on other features.
A nostalgic gem during the angry-moms-against-violent-video-games era is making a brisk return to form thanks to Steam's Early Access.
Rust haters can no longer call it a DayZ clone. Facepunch Studios has decided to remove zombies from the survival game's world.
The alpha version of survival game Rust has more than its fair share of cheaters. Designer Garry Newman says that stopping these cheats are a "huge priority" for the development team at Facepunch Studios.
Steam Early Access lets developers sell games before they've been completed to help fund their development. If these games are never finished, though, you won't be able to get a refund.
Rust drops you in a field with a torch, a stone and some bandages. There's no tutorial or objective marker to follow. So, what the hell do you do?