A space opera? A roguelite? A colony simulation? You’ll find all of this in Jumplight Odyssey, which was officially announced by League of Geeks tonight.
In the evening hours, League of Geeks, known for games like “Armello” and “Solium Infernum”, announced a new roguelite colony simulation called “Jumplight Odyssey”, which is suitable for the PlayStation 5, the Xbox Series X/S and the PC in development is located. An early access phase is scheduled to start via Steam next year, which will support the most common languages, including German.
A fresh mix of genres lets you experience a space opera
The developers take an aesthetic of iconic sci-fi anime and combine it with colony management simulations and roguelite elements to offer players an experience that is both charming and challenging. Between space opera, resource management and colony building systems, there should be something for everyone in Jumplight Odyssey.
“Lead your crew on a daring journey through space to the sanctuary of the Star of Eternity in this roguelite starship colony simulation,” the official statement reads. “Escape from the clutches of Admiral Voltan and the warlike Zutopanes as you build, repair, upgrade, defend and expand across your starship’s many decks. With your home planet destroyed and your people lost, it’s up to you to make hope die last on a daring adventure across the galaxy!
You have to meet the basic needs of the people on your ship, whereby you can always observe the crew in everyday life. In addition, you can explore different star systems with different biomes, which will also have different effects on the ship and crew. Of course, there will be no shortage of combat either, as you defend yourself against enemy boarding parties or send your own starfighters to fight against intergalactic invaders.
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