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Working towards adding in co-op support to the actual campaign, TerraTech now at least has a co-op creative mode.

This new mode allows you and three other people to adventure together and create whatever the heck you want. It has Steam invite support, so it should be nice and easy to play with others.

As for the campaign the latest update also introduces new missions for the Better Future faction; multiplayer lobbies got more options like being able to set them is Private, Public or Friends Only; over 30 new building blocks for your vehicles and some bug fixes.

Really great to see TerraTech continue to expand after release. When it has full co-op campaign support, it's going to be especially exciting. I enjoy the campaign but it's a game I genuinely want to play with others. Even so, I would say it's still worth picking up now if you enjoy building vehicles, adventuring and battling.

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dibz 25 Feb, 2019
My biggest issue with this game is that my son bought it quite a while ago on GoG with his hard-earned allowance, and then this happened:

Unfortunately (for me...) the game has an update check when it starts, and it keeps telling him there is a newer version of the game and that he should update -- which he can't, because the updates stopped (forever) on GoG. He's borderline autistic so unfortunately it comes up now and again. I'll probably end up buying it again for him, but jeez. There's always a risk with "early access" or in this case "In dev" games, but let that be a lesson -- there's always a chance the game drops a platform too.
toojays 25 Feb, 2019
I bought this after playing it with my 3 year old this free weekend. It's the first game we've played where he can shoot a gun, which he thinks is awesome. I do the driving and he does the shooting (pew pew against lego cars, not violence against living things) and tells me what to build.
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