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Satisfactory is a new game announced by Coffee Stain Studios, the creators of Goat Simulator and the Sanctum series. Various features of the game have been revealed so far via various trailers and interviews, as well as on the official site. A closed alpha is scheduled for 2018, which you can sign up for on the official site.
New Confirmed Features
- Conveyor Belt Splitters video teases three kinds of splitter, with various sorting functions. It also confirms that engineers can ridge belts.
- The Conveyor Belt Speeds video shows us belts going *very* fast, while carrying items which seem to be: circuits, plastic, wires and reinforced steel plates.
- Developer Highlight - Concept Art gives us our first look at Caterina Parks and Steve. We also saw art for a Medkit and the supposed Food Court.
- Jace confirms in Q&A #3 that there are 24 unique buildings so far and that we wont have Creative Mode in alpha, but will almost certainly have it later. He confirms that there is no, terraforming, landscaping, weather or pollution. No VR support, but the possibility of some kind of top-down view later. The game will probably have Steam Achievements post alpha. There will be progression with multiple unlock methods (including resource discovery) for vehicles, buildings and tools. The factory and vehicles will function wherever you are in the world.
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