The first-person, sci-fi ship-breaking simulation title also had a "very successful PC early-access" window, according to Focus Entertainment.
After spending almost two years in early access, Blackbird Interactive's Hardspace: Shipbreaker has finally gotten its full release.
The spaceship-salvaging title will launch with the conclusion to its Campaign, Ship Saving, smoother progression, and other fixes and improvements.
Retailing for $8, the mobile version will have a redesigned interface catering to touch-screens, cloud save support and more.
The Phalanx wields a shield that blocks damage in front, specializes in hand guns and shotguns, and uses Shock Pulse to stun foes.
The French publisher says its new name is "representative of the desire to diversify its games, products, services and revenue streams."
A disappointing experience.
Weekly sales were double that of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Meanwhile, Ghost of Tsushima Director's Cut drops from first to ninth place.
The stealth action title adds a new Outlaw, another new map, new cosmetics, as well as the game's first battle pass.
It also hypes up pre-order bonuses and the Deluxe Edition which includes the base game and access to a year of post-launch content.
Speed Brawl was replaced due to a technical issue. Next week's free game will be Double Damage's Rebel Galaxy, a space faring action RPG.
Dotemu will retain its editorial and strategic independence while broadening "the range of services offered to studios."
Two very different games, one a narrative-driven stealth title and the other a multiplayer combat game, will be free starting next week.
The new mode, State Heist, replaces the opposing player team with AI characters, introduces new mechanics, and emphasizes stealth.
A Plague Tale: innocence developer took to Twitter to mention some differences between Xbox and PlayStation with regards to next-gen updates.
It was announced the game would get a full next gen update earlier in the year. It seems the update has gone live early in most regions.
Spiders' action RPG touts visual and technical enhancements on the next-gen consoles, while the new expansion brings a new location and new enemies.
Asobo Studio's action-adventure title's PS5 upgrade is going to support many of the console's features, such as the DualSense's haptic feedback.
Developer Spiders has confirmed that GreedFall's PS Plus version won't be eligible for a free upgrade, as opposed to those who get the game via Xbox Game Pass.
PS5 and Xbox Series X/S update which adds native 4K support, 60 FPS performance mode and faster loading times goes live the same day.