Slime Rancher Busts Out of Early Access with an Exciting Launch Trailer

Slime Rancher has finally come out of Early Access, so the developer have released a new trailer for the game.

on July 31, 2017 11:45 PM

Monomi Park’s wildly popular Early Access game Slime Rancher is finally coming out of Early Access tomorrow with version 1.0.0, so the developers released a launch trailer for it. The trailer showcases many of the titles’s radically different environments and its unique gameplay.

This final update doesn’t add anything too substantial, it just fixes some bugs and ties up a few loose ends so Slime Rancher can officially release. Pre-release saves should also have no problem carrying over. The developers have also stated that they hope to add a map system, a survival-like Iron Rancher mode, a Casual Mode, new Desert Slime toys, and Rancher Missions in the future.

In case you don’t know, in Slime Rancher, players take control of Beatrix LeBeau, who travels thousands of light years away from Earth to make her fortune building up a ranch of slimes. Beatrix also has a Vacpac that allows her to vacuum and shoot out slimes she picks up. Slime Rancher can ultimately be classified as a first person sandbox game, as players must continuously build up and take care of their ranch.

You can view the launch trailer below. Slime Rancher is currently available on PC via Steam, and will be releasing on Mac, Linux, and Xbox One tomorrow. The game is even part of Microsoft’s August Games With Gold.

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