Miner Wars 2081 is a 6DOF action-survival space-shooter simulation-game set in the year 2081, 10 years after the destruction of all planetary objects in the Solar System. The gameplay is driven by an epic story and offers a choice of single player, co-op, and death-match multi-player. The story will introduce you to many types of missions: rescue, exploration, revenge, base defense, theft, transportation, stealth, search and destroy, pure harvesting, racing, or just flying around and destroying everything you see. Miner Wars runs on the VRAGE engine, built and tailored specifically for the title.

Report article RSS Feed Miner Wars 2081 just got Greenlit by Steam

Posted by MinerWars on Oct 16th, 2012

Our Miner Wars Fans,

We have such great news. We have been picked along with 20 other games by the Steam community. Yes, we made it – it’s just a few weeks until Miner Wars 2081 is released on Steam.

Everyone who has pre-ordered Miner Wars 2081 will get their Steam key.

So what’s next? Miner Wars 2081 is currently in beta, it’s almost become the final product, and just about all missions are playable. We will be making new updates next week (bug fixes, voice over for all missions, polishing, optimizations).

I am very glad to state that everyone who has played the beta says it’s a great game; they love the controls, the action, it’s very polished and that if they could vote they would give it 9/10. Which is good for a niche 6DOF Space-Sim game, right? :-)

Thank you everyone for your support and votes. We wouldn’t have made it without you. Honestly, we wouldn’t have.

Many Thanks,
Marek Rosa & The Miner Wars Team

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