Major Dyson Sphere Program Update Coming January 20th

A major update to Dyson Sphere Program, The Icarus’ Evolution, is coming to celebrate the title's first update on January 20th.

Published: January 7, 2022 10:03 AM /


Dyson Sphere Program

Dyson Sphere Program has been chugging along ever since it became a Steam Weekly Top Seller when it was first released on Steam's Early Access Program in January 2021. How much did it sell the first week? A cool 200,000 copies, which is a great result for any title that's not AAA. Since then, new systems and updates have come steadily, with the aforementioned first anniversary Dyson Sphere Program update right around the corner.

To celebrate the first year anniversary of the title, a major updated called The Icarus Evolution has been announced. Players can expect to see customization for Icarus, which is the playable mecha in the game. Along with mecha customization players will be able to use the Advanced Mining Machine, Proliferator, and Dyson Sphere BluePrint systems that will also be implemented. 

What does the mecha customization do? Well, it allows the developers-Youthcat Studio- a chance to "see more possibilities for the game in future stages." I'm not sure what that means, but hey, if it helps them out that's a good thing, right?

If you want to see what's next for Dyson Sphere Program, check it out below:

If you'd like to know more about Dyson Sphere Program right now, you can check out its Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Discord pages. The game is currently available on Steam's Early Access program for $19.99 as well, so if you want a cool basebuilding title, Dyson Sphere Program might be right up your alley.

If you're a cool cat and don't mind waiting for more information on Dyson Sphere Program, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

What do you think of this update? Have you played Dyson Sphere Program? If you haven't, do you want to? Let us know in the comments!


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