A Project Genesis Twitch Drops system is making its debut today in advance of the game's next major update Enceladus.
If you're not quite familiar with Project Genesis, check out this recent developer video detailing some of the changes coming to Steam Early Access:
Project Genesis is a pretty cool game that mixes intense space combat battles with first-person shooter combat. Two teams aboard capital ships face off against one another in space combat, trying to breach the shields of the enemy's capital ships with customizable fighters. Once the shields are breached, you can launch a boarding pod, land on the enemy capital ship, and attempt to destroy it.
A big part of the fun is the customization available in the game. For example, you can alter the loadout of your ships to set them up for different kinds of combat. Want to make a railgun sniper? You can do that. Want to make a missile boat? You can do that, too.
Now, a Project Genesis Twitch Drops system has made its debut. Any interested streamers can sign up for the program and give other people the chance to snag a copy of this game for free.
Project Genesis Twitch Drops System Heralds Upcoming Enceladus Update
This Twitch Drops system is arriving ahead of the Enceladus update which promises to bring a bunch more content to the game. The game has already had one big update since it launched in Steam Early Access and now another one is on the way.
What's coming in the Project Genesis Enceladus update? According to recent press releases from the developers, we can expect to see more than 30 new weapons, new ships, new abilities, and even a new game mode, further fleshing out the gameplay of an in-development title that's already pretty darn cool.
Twitch Drops for this game should hopefully bring in a fair few more players. If you're interested in checking it out, you can watch Project Genesis on Twitch. If you don't want to wait to get into this game, you can buy Project Genesis in Steam Early Access for $29.99 or your regional equivalent.
Have you had a chance to play Project Genesis? What do you think of games that hybridize two genres like this? Let us know in the comments below!