Far From Home

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Forever Skies has delayed the launch of its airships into 2023

Post-apocalyptic survival sim Forever Skies has floated its release date straight out of this year and into the first half of 2023, developers Far From Home have announced. Their reasons for the delay have been detailed in a lengthy Steam post, but it’s mainly good news: after receiving tons of feedback from their recent demo, the devs are now looking to expand the game’s scope and spend more time working on its futuristic dirigibles and such. They also released a new teaser trailer showing some customisable airships from the game, too. Read more

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Airborne survival game Forever Skies sets you on a course to find a cure for humanity in its toxic cloud sea

Somewhere at the edges of the galaxy in No Man’s Sky lies a large, verdant planet with an abandoned, but functioning, starter ship on it. I left it there in 2016 after discovering a larger ship out in the wilds, but it’s a decision that still haunts me to this very day. You see, I was so taken with my new set of wings that I failed to notice it didn’t have a functioning hyperdrive attached, which is needed to punch through the atmosphere to visit another solar system. It also turned out that this particular planet didn’t have any…

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Forever Skies looks a bit like Subnautica up in the air

Watching the trailer for upcoming craft-o-survival game Forever Skies, I now understand how people who fear the ocean must feel about Subnautica. While I’m at my happiest in water, I know depths and strange sealife give many others the heebie-jeebies. However, heights make me pray for death. So a game about exploring the skies and skyscrapers above the ruins of human civilisation in a customisable airship, ah yes, I would like to die now, thank you very much. Read more