The wait for Coffee Stain’s first person factory-builder is nearly over for Steam users.
Coffee Stain Studios has previously teased fans with a Steam release date for Satisfactory, its first person factory-building title, but this time it actually has something concrete. It confirmed on its official Twitter that the Steam version would release on June 8th, adding “for realz”. Sounds legit enough to us.
Satisfactory has had quite the development period since launching in early access on the Epic Games Store. It managed to sell a whopping 500,000 copies in a few months, becoming the developer’s best launch ever. The title is currently on Update 3 which added pipes and fluids, Hypertubes for faster movement across the map and a tougher starting area.
While Coffee Stain Studios has been busy with Satisfactory, its publishing arm has also had its hands full. It recently published Ghost Ship Games’ co-op action title Deep Rock Galactic and Easy Trigger Games’ side-scrolling shooter Huntdown. You can read their respective reviews here and here.
Hey guess what?! Satisfactory is coming to Steam on Monday, June 8 (for realz)!
And yeah, we said Tuesday in the past, but we say a lot of things. pic.twitter.com/ykjQDQRLfj
— Satisfactory (@SatisfactoryAF) May 29, 2020