I’m officially hyped for this game, but even if it turns out to be a laid-back space traveler, it’s a pretty damn beautiful and interesting one. I could see this being one of those games I play when I need to zone out and de-stress.
I’m toying with the idea of keeping a log/journal for this game. I’m not a YouTuber at all, but it’s a neat idea for me given the specifics of this game (I can only imagine there will be several out there for ‘Journey to the Center of the Universe’ type adventures). I’m just curious to capture my explorations in this game.
It is interesting that they’re specifically keeping players apart in the release of this game. No one adventurer will share the same as another, but you may cross the path of another adventurer, which is kind of neat, too.
It’s an intentional decision, and, while it’s kind of unheard of, I get it, to a point. There’s no griefing, at all. It gives every person a chance to find something and name it rather than have to point off in some random direction in hopes that you’ll eventually hit space where someone hasn’t been yet (akin to Elite: Dangerous). That said, I think, if you were to start, and you provided some sort of “friend code” you should be able to have both start up in the same spot. It’d be kind of neat in that way. No mass group of people getting together, but friends, at the very least, could join up in the same general area.