Everspace launches on Windows 10 and the Xbox One

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We recently reported that Everspace will be coming to the Xbox and Windows 10 PCs soon. Today, Rockfish Games, the developers behind Everspace launched for Windows 10 devices, including the Xbox One and PCs. Everspace, for those who don’t know, is a Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) with some pretty cool looking graphics. The game is a single player space shooter, featuring “top-notch visuals”, “rock solid” 6DoF controls, an in-depth damage and crafting system. The game is actually part of Windows 10’s Xbox Play Anywhere program which means you can buy it on your Xbox One or Windows 10 PC and be able to play it on your Windows 10 PC and Xbox without having to pay extra. Here’s a trailer of the game:

Everspace is available on the Windows Store for $29.99, but do keep in mind that it is in a preview at the moment so there might be some rough edges. If you want to get a polished experience, you should probably wait a few months until the game comes out of preview. It is worth noting that Rockfish Games plans to add virtual reality support for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift users with the full version of the game when it comes out of preview.

If you want to try the game out right now, you can get it from the Windows Store:

EVERSPACE™
EVERSPACE™
Developer: ROCKFISH Games
Price: unknown

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