Solo developer Stefo Mai Morojna is prepping up his engines for Spaceflight Simulator to enter Steam Early Access. The popular mobile space exploration simulator will finally land onto PC after immense development and community support.
Spaceflight Simulator Launches Into Orbit Q1 2022 for Steam Early Access Landing
What once started as a job application to work on Kerbal Space Program, Stefo Mai Morojna continued toying with his newly found project. His designs solely focus on crafting your rockets to reach the farthest reaches of space. Travel to Venus or be bold and make your way to Mars. The possibilities of space exploration are entirely up to you and how you construct your spacecraft.
After submitting it to both the App Store and Google Play, the game began to receive great reception. As he continued to update his game, more downloads and reviews came in. At the time of this writing, Spaceflight Simulator holds a 4.7 on the App Store with 15.1K ratings; the rating on the Google Play store is at 4.4 with 313.9K reviews.
Now, the space exploration simulator will be making its way to PC and consoles in Q1 of next year. Stefo Mai Morojna has assembled a team to help him bring the game to more platforms. PC will be the primary focus to initially launch the title from mobile, but a Nintendo Switch version will release alongside the PC official 1.0 launch. There is no word if the game will launch for PlayStation and Xbox as of now. Although we might not see news for it yet, Morojna and his team may be already working on it.
Spaceflight Simulator will arrive onto Steam Early Access in Q1 2022 for $11.99. It will support multiple languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German, Dutch, Polish, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, Malay, Indonesian, Korean, and Japanese. Players can wishlist the title now through its Steam page.
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