Open-World Survival MEMORIES OF MARS Finally Leaves Early Access on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

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Open-World Survival MEMORIES OF MARS Finally Leaves Early Access on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC

Created by Limbic Entertainment — the German studio responsible for Might & Magic Heroes VII and Tropico 6Memories of Mars left Early Access last Friday, which means that players can enjoy everything the survival game has to offer right now.

That's right, the title's long-awaited final version is finally out now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. At its core, Memories of Mars (not to be confused with Haemimont Games' Surviving Mars) is an open-world survival game set in the fictional abandoned mining facilities of the Red Planet.

"Today is a big day for the team as we leave Early Access! The latest release contains the new and improved version of Memories of Mars (1.0). An experience shaped during Early Access by the community," the studio said in a press release. "We would like to thank you again for all the feedback you offered over years of continuous work."

According to Limbic, this is not the end of the game's journey, as the developer "will be monitoring the performance of the game to take any future decisions but we can already tell you that we have more content in the pipeline."

To celebrate the game's full release, 505 Games has shared a special launch trailer for Memories of Mars, showcasing the robot-infested surface of the Red Planet. Without further ado, check it out down below:

Set 100 years in the future, the dream of exploiting and colonizing Mars has proven impossible. Players will see themselves as recently awoken clones tasked with surviving the barren wastelands of Mars. They must explore the unforgiving Martian terrain and build a habitable homestead while fighting off against a variety of dangers including strange enemies, extreme conditions and other human clone survivors. Players will also unveil the events that led to the withdrawal from the Red Planet in the hope to answer one question: can they escape?

Memories of Mars is currently available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (via Steam),