The studio behind Deep Rock Galactic feels that becoming a publisher is the next step in its evolution.
Deep Rock Galactic is celebrating its fifth anniversary with an event that will start on March 2, and a new cosmetic DLC.
The co-op shooter sold over 2.3 million units last year. Thus far, players have spent 25,961 years in-game since its launch in 2018.
Initially rumored for January 2022, the three titles will be going live tomorrow, free for all PlayStation Plus subscribers on PS4 and PS5.
Ghost Ship Games' co-op mining FPS Deep Rock Galactic's next Seasonal content update will be released sometime in the early months of 2022.
Ghost Ship Games' co-op shooter Deep Rock Galactic is finally coming to PlayStation, after having launched for PC and Xbox in May 2020.
The Swedish based video game holding continues to expand with eight new acquisitions including DigixArt, Force Field, Easy Trigger and more.
The update is live now on Steam.
Over 1.1 million units sold last year with players racking up 7478 years of playtime since 2018.
Deep Rock Galactic is far more than the sum of its parts.
The co-op shooter will receive new mission types, enemies, biomes and much more this year.
The 1.0 release adds new Promotion Tiers, Prestige Assignments and other quality of life features.
The co-op space mining shooter has been in development for four years.
The price will also be increasing from $25 to $30 in late March.
Ghost Ship Games' CEO Søren Lundgaard answers our questions regarding developing a game for the Xbox One and Xbox One X.
It should also not be too hard to leverage the Xbox One X's advantages.
That's pretty impressive to be honest.
The CEO of Ghost Ship Games also expressed his excitement in building the game up along with the community.
Ghost Ship Games talks about its co-op mining/exploration FPS and what's special about it.
Xbox players can play the game at Paris Games Week next week.