Hardspace: Shipbreaker ‘Big Bang’ trailer

Due out via Steam Early Access on June 16.

Hardspace: Shipbreaker

Publisher Focus Home Interactive and developer Blackbird Interactive have released a new trailer for Hardspace: Shipbreaker dubbed “Big Bang.”

Here is an overview of the trailer, via Focus Home Interactive:

Equipped with cutting-edge salvaging tech, carve and slice spaceships to recover valuable materials. Upgrade your gear to take on more lucrative contracts and pay your billion credits debt to LYNX Corp. Today’s Big Bang trailer explores the countless ways you can screw up in this deadly job—with explosive consequences.

Every ship a minefield, every cut a potential trigger.

In Hardspace: Shipbreaker, you’re free to cut and destroy at will within next-generation physics simulation. This freedom offers endless ways to strip down and salvage a ship, and just as many ways to screw it up. One wrong cut might trigger explosive decompression sucking you into the vacuum of space, or even a chain reaction that ignites the fuel lines and destroys the entire ship. While you can always deepen your debt to LYNX corporation by expending new clones after death, one thing remains true: dying is extremely unprofitable.

Hardspace: Shipbreaker is due out for PC via Steam Early Access on June 16, with a full launch planned for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Watch the trailer below.

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