Looking For Something New In Space? Sci-Fi Sandbox MMO CSC Launches Today
Today, CSC -- a free-to-play, "casual-friendly sandbox MMO set in space" -- leaves early access on Steam. The game, developed by Lucid Sight, offers players a full space exploration experience, complete with combat, a deep crafting system, and a player-driven economy. It's designed to be easy to get into, while offering long-time MMO fans a deep experience in an ever-growing universe.
At launch, CSC will offer players over 50 star systems to explore. And, according to the developers, at least 300 more are on the way. As for crafting, the game features an uncapped system that will allow players to specialize. The economy is based on blockchain technology that allows players to own in-game items and trade them via public blockchain or the game market place.
Accompanying the game's official launch is the kickoff of its first season, titled Expansion Wars. The season introduces weeks of in-game events, a new star system, mission, and new starships. It also includes a special Star Trek crossover event featuring ships from Discovery.
CSC can be downloaded today via Steam.
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