Outliner, a two-man based studio in Dublin has announced their online co-op spaceship management game This Means Warp. This new game that is coming to PC in Early 2022 looks like a whole heap of fun. The team of four players must ensure that their ship survives the ravages of space.

Not only that players also have to overcome galaxies that are procedurally generated. This of course means no two maps will ever be the same. Players will have to constantly change their strategies meaning teamwork is paramount to success.

Check out the trailer below to get a taste of the charming visuals as well as the quirky score that accompanies it.

Features of This Means Warp:

  • 1-4 players with singleplayer, local multiplayer, and online multiplayer

  • Procedurally generated maps, enemies, encounters and items to make every run unique

  • Real-time action – you’ll have to think on your feet to survive

  • Challenging, high-stakes combat – target individual sub-systems to disrupt and disable enemies

  • Wide selection of ship systems, items, and upgrades to customize your ship and develop your playstyle

  • A dynamic story that reacts to your choices and changes every time you play

  • A diverse cast of characters to meet and recruit

I have to say I’m impressed and proud of what I’m seeing with regard to This Means Warp. After all, it’s a two-man studio and they’re from Ireland. What’s not to love?

The game is scheduled for release on PC in Early 2022, but in the meantime, players can help shape development by participating in the beta playtest coming July 2nd 2021. They can sign up here to apply.

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