Good Company 1.0 Promotes The Sim Out Of Early Access

Published: June 21, 2022 9:18 AM /


A business running smoothly in Good Company

Chasing Carrots and The Irregular Corporation have announced a full Good Company release. The 1.0 version of the game brings a brand new campaign, support for co-operative multiplayer, and plenty of balance changes to make an even more efficient business sim.

What is Good Company?

You've heard of making games for businesses, right? Well, Good Company is all about making businesses for games. You'll start your own tech company, starting with just a tiny workshop and gradually working your way up to a huge production operation. Along the way, you'll design your own products, micromanage things like delivery logistics and staff, and even implement automation procedures to make your job that little bit easier. This is all with a view to conquering the infamously volatile tech market. You can check out the Good Company release trailer for 1.0 here to get a better idea of what the game is about.

What's in the Good Company 1.0 release?

The Good Company 1.0 release has a bunch of extras on top of the core management gameplay, too. This release adds in a full campaign mode, so you can experience the game in a more controlled environment. The release also features support for co-operative multiplayer (because what CEO climbs to the top by themselves?) as well as multiple balance changes to make the game feel smoother. Even if you've already picked this one up in Early Access, it's well worth heading back in to take a look at what it's offering.

A bustling business operation in Good Company
Good Company is all about running a successful tech business.

You can grab Good Company right now on Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store, where it'll cost you $24.99 (although it's currently sitting at a 20% discount). Along with games like Blockbuster Inc and even more out-there fare like StarmancerGood Company is part of a burgeoning scene for management sims. Developers are, it seems, acknowledging that sometimes, all players want to do is run a company rather than blasting demons back into Hell or becoming heroes of the land. We'll bring you more on this game as soon as we get it.

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