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Bulwark Studios (Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus) have just shown off the first gameplay trailer for IXION, a game set in the far future that blends together city building, survival elements and exploration with what they claim is a thrilling space opera.

I got excited by this when covering it initially last year, now we finally get a quick look at it. I have to say, it does look pretty fantastic. Can't wait to see more from it.

"Following the Tiqqun’s completion of a time-skipping VOHLE jump and as Administrator for DOLOS AEC (Aerospace Engineering Corporation), the trailer showcases hull restoration, power and resource management, narrative events, station infrastructure and perilous space exploration as critical components of the assignment at hand."

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We contacted the developer today, who gave a very clear confirmation that it will support Linux.

You can follow IXION on Steam.

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ElamanOpiskelija Feb 16, 2022
I wishlisted this game as soon as I tried out Mechanicus. Basically I am curious about whichever game these people release next.
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