A handful of Wingnuts have pointed out that a promising new title was released last week. Space Force: Rogue Universe shipped to North America on June 5. Previously known as SF2, the game takes you through an open-ended universe as you upgrade your ship and tackle the main plot. Somewhat like Privateer 2, this one actually has quite a bit of free form and side plot gameplay beyond the typical build-up to the main storyline. The graphics are quite nice, though some reviews (many of which compare the game to Wing Commander) have cited its difficulty and steep learning curve as a potential obstacle to success. Both keyboard/mouse and joystick modes are included, though a joystick is recommended. A demo and trailer are available, and the European launch should begin in two weeks. You can learn more at Space Force's official website.
What types of gameplay experiences does Space Force - Rogue Universe offer?
Players will have the opportunity to engage in trading, exploration, fighting, crafting, quest solving, and diplomacy decision-making in addition to ship development and other player activities. The player may choose to view the environment through camera mode in 1st or 3rd person. Player can choose between 10 professions and 14 spacecrafts. Earn money and experience points and advance to higher levels. Since AI has a crucial role in SpaceForce2, it will create a thrilling playing experience throughout the game.