Take On Mars Summary
has posted their 'roadmap to release' for Take On Mars, the simulation game that lets us try to colonise Mars as the very first humans. It all started with just a Martian-bound rover.
Now it's time to start setting up mankind's very first presence on the Red Planet. The published roadmap sets June as the target date for the final release, with early beta due in early April.
The first major content update in Take On Mars' new chapter has released with Expedition One marking the game's first manned mission to the Red Planet, following our time remotely controlling a probe.
A new 8x8 kilometre of Martian terrain opens up for these first marsonauts to explore with a science buggy providing them essential tools. Can Mars be colonised? Bohemia issues the challenge.
Bohemia Interactive is expanding their Take On Mars simulator by releasing the Expedition One content update, which lets us actually put man on Mars to try and survive its harsh environment.
It's no picnic as we'll need to very carefully manage our resources as we try to establish a working colony to support life. This "should be the endgame" for Take On Mars, says Bohemia.
Over a month ago, Bohemia Interactive Take On Mars. The DLC adds two new locations and the Zero-G Probe vehicle, as well as a dynamic mission generator and a new weather system.the Deimos downloadable content pack for their Mars exploration simulation
Bohemia Interactive has released the anticipated Deimos content update, which adds two new locations and the Zero-G Probe vehicle, as well as a dynamic mission generator and a new weather system.