Doing It the Wright Way
If you like building things or sailing ships, you'll be able to do both when the Sea of Craft demo makes its way to the Steam Game Festival this summer. This blocky building game looks like it's got a lot in store for players to check out!
Have a gander some of the things you can expect to see in the Sea of Craft Announcement Trailer:
In Sea of Craft, players will be let loose into a world with a massive open ocean. Naturally, you'll need a boat to sail on this ocean — and you're going to be the one to build it.
You'll be able to tweak the design of your boat just right to suit your needs, whatever they may be. You won't have to just consider seaworthiness, though — combat is definitely going to be a part of this game. The trailer shows some multiplayer battles in action... along with some much scarier stuff.
Now, you'll be able to get your chance to try out a Sea of Craft demo for free in just a few days when it makes its debut during The Steam Game Festival!
When is the Sea of Craft Demo Launching?
If you're keen on checking out this craft-tastic game during The Steam Game Festival this Summer, you won't have to wait too long! The Sea of Craft demo will be available from June 9–14, 2020 as noted in a recent Steam Community announcement.
There are, however, some things you need to keep in mind. The demo is going to only have the following features:
- 8 Single Player Chapters
- 76 different kinds of shipbuilding parts at the Shipyard
- Partial access to the Open Sea and Ship Expo
Some other core features like multiplayer modes, spray paints, social tools, and the like will not be a part of this demo, but they may well be part of the upcoming beta.
When is the Sea of Craft Beta Release Date?
If you're really keen on exploring this game in-depth, the Sea of Craft beta may be what you're looking for instead — although it certainly couldn't hurt to check out the demo next week!
Unfortunately, the developers haven't specified when the beta will be launching other than it being sometime in 2020. They will be using data gathered during the Steam Game Festival to figure out how they'd like to move forward. Until then, you can add Sea of Craft to your wishlist on Steam.
Do you think you'll check out the Sea of Craft demo during The Steam Game Festival next week? What do you think of the game's concept? Let us know in the comments below!