What is VoidExpanse?
VoidExpanse™ is an open-world Science Fiction, top-down action roleplaying game set in outer space for PC, Mac and Linux. You can find some additional information on this site as well as read development progress in our blog.
Sounds great! Can I play with my friends?
Absolutely! We are building this game to be both an amazing single player experience and multiplayer enabled from day one. You will even be able to create your own server with a persistent world and tons of mods.
Is there a character generation system?
Yes, the game has very powerful character creation and development system with several diverse skill trees covering both combat and engineering side of things and a lot of interesting ways to advance your character forward.
Can I modify my ship?
Yes, you can install multitude of different modules, weapon systems as well as special active devices which together make ship building and outfitting almost limitless.
Does the game feature randomly generated worlds?
VoidExpanse has the benefits of both: randomly generated worlds as well as several carefully hand-crafted story lines taking place in these galaxies. You can also join any in-game factions and follow their unique line of quests.
What can be modded in the game?
The game is built using our custom scripting API which enables anyone to change or extend absolutely everything within the game, or even create a completely new experience.
What engine are you using?
VoidExpanse is developed on the Unity engine with many of our own customizations. We are also using our own custom engine for game servers.
What platforms are you going to release on?
VoidExpanse is available for Windows, Mac and Linux! You get access to all three versions when you buy the game.
What are the minimum system requirements to run the game?
- OS: Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) Mac OS or Linux
- Processor: Dual Core 1.8GHz or equivalent processor
- Memory: 2GB RAM
- Hard Disk Space: 500MB
- Video Card: 512MB
- DirectX®: 9.0c or greater
- Internet connection (multiplayer and to synchronize data when you run the game for the first time).