The Space Strategy MMO, OGame, Is Receiving A Massive New Update
Enjoy countless new strategies in the quest for galactic supremacy.
Gameforge’s long-running space strategy MMO, OGame, is receiving its biggest update in 10 years. This massive new expansion called, Lifeforms, will bring unique alien species into the world of OGame, and open up countless new strategies for players to explore. Players will also be happy to learn that this update will bring OGame to mobile platforms and tablet devices later this year, so players can command their fleet whenever and wherever.
This October, OGame is celebrating a staggering 20 years since its release, Hannes Anders, the Chief Technology Officer commented on this momentous occasion by saying, “Internally, there’s a lot of excitement about this anniversary, as OGame is Gameforge’s first game developed in-house. I’m especially proud to have been directly involved in the development process of both OGame for mobile and the new Lifeforms update, and look forward to sharing the game with all the fans of space and exploration. As a team, we are dedicated to providing quality content and updates for the millions of fans of this game, and all of our other established legacy titles, and thrilled to be able to share these two big updates this year.”
The beauty of such a large update like Lifeforms is rediscovering what first attracted players to the title, as well as exploring the new game-changing expansion and all that it holds. Lifeforms will introduce four species–Humans, Rock’tal, Mechas, and Kaelesh–into the Ogame universe. Players will need to populate planets with lifeforms, build structures, manage food production, and research new technologies to discover other alien species and expand their reach across the stars. By building a diverse civilization and combining the abilities of multiple lifeforms, players will be able to unlock new strategies that will ultimately help them on their path to conquering the vast reaches of space.
Experienced players and newcomers alike are guaranteed to find a strategy that fits their personal play style. Players can become a power-hungry emperor with a destructive, unrivaled fleet, or even explore the vast regions of the galaxy for resources and allies. Aside from the four, new unique lifeforms, other additions include 48 new buildings (12 per Lifeform), as well as 72 new Species Technologies (18 per Lifeform).
With so much to explore and discover and new strategies to try, the OGame’s new update, Lifeforms, has something for everyone. This new update will be coming to OGame on PC in the next few weeks and will be available on iOS and Android when the game releases on mobile later this year.
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