Imagine Earth – Planetary Colonization Brings New Gameplay and Console Launch to EGX

Imagine Earth

Build a global civilisation on a distant planet, and protect your colonists from impending disasters

German indie game studio, Serious Bros., will feature their newly launched Imagine Earth – Planetary Colonization at EGX 2021. Additionally, the studio will show their new gameplay mode Daily Missions, new Open Space DLC, and announce the launch date for Playstation 4 and Playstation 5.

In this ultimate sci-fi simulator, players can take control over an entire planet and raise entire cities from the ground – build and supply colonies on distant planets, produce and trade goods into space, form alliances or wage economic war, all to preserve your colonists, and their quality of life.

Sooner or later, players will be faced with a challenge: retain the delicate balance of economic growth and environmental stability.

After spending over 7 years in Steam Early Access, receiving additions such as diplomacy, a story campaign and overhauled AI, the game was launched on the 25th May for PC and 9th July for Xbox One and Series X/S.

Now officially launched, the studio aims to release a new gameplay mode – Daily Missions.  Players get a procedurally generated planet to conquer and colonize every day, and it comes with a league in which the best Planet Managers can compete weekly, monthly and annually!

The studio will also take the opportunity of EGX to announce the official launch date of the PlayStation 4 & 5 versions of the game, as well as the Open Space DLC. 

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Martin Wahnschaffe and Jens founded Serious Bros. in 2014, with the ambition to make a compelling strategy game about global warming and the climate crisis. They started the project as students in 2008, in the belief that the prototype of their civilisation sim compellingly highlighted problems such as economic growth and environmental destruction. It kept them motivated until the game started funding itself in Steam Early Access 2014. Over 7 years, they have gained over 43.000 supporters. In that time, they have improved the global climate simulation, added economic competition, diplomacy, story campaign and overhauled AI, UI and graphics several times. It was finally released this year on May 25 for PC and for Xbox One and Series X/S on July 9 2021. Right now, they are working on a DLC, procedural galaxies, metagame and a PlayStation version scheduled for early 2022.