Good Company, the tycoon management sim from developer Chasing Carrots, has released today on PC. The game is available on GOG.com and through Steam Early Access at $24.99. The team celebrated the game’s release with an official launch trailer. Not only that, but the game is also available at 10% off for all early adopters. If you’re a fan of management sim games like Two Point Hospital and Automachef, you’ll want to check this one out.
Good Company has you taking on the role of a new CEO, starting in a small garage. As you progress and make more sales of your products, you’ll upgrade your company and introduce many new things to it. Along the way, you’ll use different tools, such as the Logistics Mode, to delegate different tasks. There’s a lot of customization and many ways to achieve your goals. You can do so as fast or as slow as you like, the choice is yours. Not only that, but the game also offers several modes for you to try. You can either complete several tasks in the Campaign Mode or run wild, creating an efficient company in the Freeplay Mode.
At the end of the day, Good Company prides itself as a game about choice. All that limits your automation imagination is you, and it’ll be interesting to see what players come up with. This is just the beginning, though, as Chasing Carrots promises a lot more in the months following today’s launch. They have an official roadmap for all future content, which you can read all about here. Specifically, we’re most excited about co-operative multiplayer, and modding support as those will add a lot of replayability.
Be sure to let us know what you’re excited about, and if you check out Good Company, tell us your early impressions. If management sims are your style, you can check out another one we loved here. For now, stay tuned at The Nerd Stash for all your news, reviews, and more!
Shawn is an avid 20-year-old writer who’s been a part of the industry for the past year. He writes anything from news up to in-depth reviews about the newest games releasing. When he’s not writing, you can usually find him sailing the seas in Sea of Thieves or feeding in League of Legends. His favorite games are Grand Theft Auto V, Life is Strange, Portal 2, Borderlands 2, and Left 4 Dead 2.