Massive Multiplayer Space Economy Sandbox Prosperous Universe launches this week

In this week, Wealthy Universe Coming to Steam on April 20th. This follows seven years of development on the massively multiplayer economy sandbox.

This is a top to bottom player controlled game in which you are the CEO of a space company. What you do with it is your call. Choose to explore the galaxy, establish diplomatic relations, design a range of starships and of course, given the economic sandbox part, engage in manufacturing and trade. These are the bases for the game, which will come in both a free-to-play “trial” version announced back in 2019, and a Pro version that grants more permissions to many of the game’s features. Free accounts can only have two ships in flight at a time, while subscribers can have an unlimited amount.

When the game launches on April 20th, the in-game universe will become permanent. Players can put their lasting stamp on progress. In the run-up to launch, the team has enhanced the systems, such as allowing them to become a planet’s governor and choosing programs to help them with their goals and strategies.

There have been new map overhauls that allow searching for resources and updates that allow you to set different tax amounts for different categories. Overall, the focus is on economy, which is not surprising given the title. The universe may get stubborn, but it’s the players who will see if it works out for them or not.

The economic space simulator from Simulogics will be available for PC and Linux, a planned Mac version is in preparation. The original browser-based version is still supported and the mobile UI as a companion option.

You can learn more about it Wealthy Universe and the latest pre-launch updates and an overview of future features on the official website. Massive Multiplayer Space Economy Sandbox Prosperous Universe launches this week

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