Satisfactory looks like a cross between Factorio and No Man's Sky

By Goat Simulator studio Coffee Stain.

Goat Simulator studio Coffee Stain has unveiled gameplay for Satisfactory at E3, which looks like an enticing cross between Factorio and No Man's Sky.

Satisfactory is a first-person factory-building and planetary exploration game. You slowly harvest and build upon a 30 sq km planet of varying biomes, starting small, with a few structures, and eventually building something on the scale of a town, with railways shunting materials around.

Better yet, you can do this cooperatively with friends, riding around in buggies like good buddies. It's a weird mish-mash of building and exploration, and I'm smitten.

Satisfactory looks really ambitious, and sign-ups for a closed alpha, due in the coming months, are open now.

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