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Genre Adventure, Indie, Simulation, Strategy, Open World, First Person[1][2]
Developer and Publisher Coffee Stain Studios
Early Access release date March 19, 2019
Platform Windows (PC)
Price $29.95 (Regional pricing)

Satisfactory is a first-person factory construction and automation game with single player and co-op multiplayer, made by Coffee Stain Studios in Unreal Engine 4. You play as an employee of FICSIT Inc. and must contribute towards Project Assembly.

As an engineer, you are tasked with exploring the planet for resources in order to construct machines which will build necessary parts. As the game progress, more complex machines and parts become available which allow the player/s to create tools, weapons and vehicles.

The game has been released in Early Access exclusively on the Epic Games Store on 19 March 2019 at 5pm GMT. More information can be found at the official site or on the Dev Tracker.

As of June 8, 2020, 5pm GMT, the game is now available on Steam with cross-platform multiplayer in place.

Official description[edit | edit source]

Satisfactory is a first-person open-world factory building game with a dash of exploration and combat. Pioneering for FICSIT Incorporated means charting and exploiting an alien planet, battling alien lifeforms, creating multi-story factories, entering conveyor belt heaven, automating vehicles, and researching new technologies.

At FICSIT inc. you will take part in the Save the Day program, providing short-term solutions for long-term problems, possibly with the help of your friends.

Monetization[edit | edit source]

The game is a one-time purchase, and will not feature micro-transactions or loot boxes. There are plans to support the game post release, possibly with updates and/or DLC. It is unknown if these will be free or paid.[3]

Videos[edit | edit source]

Early Access date announcement
E3 reveal trailer
Original teaser trailer

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