After being announced in early 2016, Anshar Studios’ space survival adventure, Detached, will be heading out of early access on Steam and the Oculus store on May 18. Along with the news of its upcoming release, Anshar Studios also released a new story trailer.
The trailer, which introduces the main story arc of Detached, shows the player what happens when a simple salvage operation goes wrong:
“Once-thriving human colonies in the far reaches of the cosmos are today just useless scrap. But to some they are no mere collections of metal. Space scavengers traverse the galaxy in search of spoils. A deserted space station seems like a real treasure for two scavengers looking for loot. Another routine salvage. Everything is going according to plan. Suddenly, system alerts indicate a problem in the cargo area. It turns out that a group of scammers has infiltrated the station and will do anything to seize its precious cargo. The startup procedure has been initiated… There’s no time for retreat…”
Check out the trailer below:
Travel Through Space In Zero-Gravity
Before you venture into outer space, utilize the game’s tutorial to get a handle on the FPS-style steering.
Explore abandoned locations to find oxygen and fuel supplies to keep you going as you move deeper into space while mastering your flying skills. Solve puzzles to move deeper into the fractured cosmic colony while you discover new areas not yet revealed in early access gameplay and attempt to find a way out of the remains of the huge mother ship. Experience the vastness of space with a 360-degree freedom of movement, rotation, and acceleration in a sandbox environment built for VR headsets while accompanied by a fully orchestrated score composed by Mikołaj Stroiński (The Witcher 3, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter).
Outwit your friends in the games developer’s version of capture-the-flag, where players can compete with each other in zero-g while building Shield, Boost, and EMP Rocket skills. Gain a speed advantage by exploiting boost tunnels and become a master of weapon cooldown times while you hit targets with the homing missiles built into the EVA suit.
Although Detached has been specifically designed as a VR experience, a desktop patch is expected to be released in 2017.