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Survival sandbox Edge of Space to leave Early Access next month

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Sandbox survival adventure Edge of Space will exit Steam Early Access on September 17, developer Handyman Studios has announced.

That's a full release for the game roughly two years after it was first announced, and during that time Handyman has slowly whittled it into shape. The current closed Beta for Edge of Space will continue up until launch day.

Edge of Space launches biggest Early Access content update yet

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Early Access sci-fi action craft 'em up Edge of Space has just received a new update, which developer Handyman Studios claims is the "biggest the game has ever received."

Glancing over the updates notes, that's not at all surprising. You'll find 18 new armor sets, 16 weapon schematics, a bunch of new creatures and pets, and reworked research and death systems, amongst other additions.

Edge of Space gets Multiplayer and Training Mode on Steam Early Access

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Edge of Space is an open-world, dynamically generated sandbox survival-adventure game that is currently available for £7.99 on Steam Early Access, and is being developed by a small indie team called Handyman Studios.

Edge of Space now available through Steam Early Access for $12

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Handyman Studios' Edge of Space, which was Greenlit, can now be bought through the Early Access section of Steam for $12. There's a 'First Responder Armor' bonus set for those who snap it up.

Having crashed on a hostile world we, as an ArkCo operative, must use the planet's resources in order to survive. Our mission? Terraform everything. Handyman promise "continual post-launch updates".

Three more Greenlit titles announced for Steam

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The community has voted and Valve is ready to see three more titles graduate Steam's Greenlight process. This is a small batch of community-approved games getting through as others have been much larger.

So what will be making its way to Steam? Edge of Space, Venetica and "dystopian document thriller" Papers, Please. Valve are going to Greenlight in smaller batches to "move more quickly."

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