After crash-landing on a distant planet, build a colony with your friends, battle others and explore the system prospecting for immeasurable riches. Discover and fight indigenous alien creatures or search for lost human expeditions as you survive the far reaches of space.
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Why Early Access?

“Osiris: New Dawn is a really big, ambitious game and we are a very small team. Gathering feedback from a larger base of players will help us understand what's working, what needs improvement and, most importantly, make sure the game is enjoyable on every level.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“The release date for any game is always a moving target. With Osiris we not only want to build a ton of content and features into the game and planets, we also want to build out a fully realized Solar System that can be visited with each planet providing a unique experience for version 1.0. We estimate it will take about a year to get there.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“We've built Osiris to have a great technical framework which will allow us to continually add new creatures, game modes and visual elements – we want to stuff every possible inch of coolness into this space adventure. Our plan is to provide consistent major updates throughout Early Access as well as create an entire Solar System to visit before the full version is released. We plan to build upon the current set of core gameplay mechanics and expand them towards the full version of the game.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“Traditionally, publishers we've worked with define Alpha as “content complete” and Beta as “feature complete,” with Gold referring to a full release candidate. We'd currently place ourselves between Alpha and Beta: call it "early Beta" if you will. The game currently has fully featured first and third person perspectives, crafting and survival mechanics, ranged and melee weapons, fully realized alien AI, several vehicles, a vast planet to explore and MULTIPLAYER!

We strive for each feature and piece of content in the game to perform solidly and look as good as possible.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“We feel the price will increase after Early Access due to the increased amount of additional content. With that in mind, we want to reward those who are with us from the beginning by offering them a lower price initially.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We want to create an amazing near-future, Sci-Fi experience and would like regular constructive feedback from the community on the current game in addition to new feature and content requests. This will enable us to prioritize them in our development cycle. We plan on doing this by being active in the Steam forums and social media in addition to podcast episodes focused on game design in “The Game Design Dojo Podcast.” We're also looking into other channels of communication and will update the community when those become available.”
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September 28

The Lost & Found Update Now Available



Remember the good ol’ days wandering the original Proteus 2 map with your trusty sidekick O.M.P.A.? Well, we’ve re-established contact with BOTH! You read that correctly, The Lost & Found Update has brought back both the O.M.P.A and the original Proteus 2 map.

What does this mean? It means the O.M.P.A. has been re-wired, re-worked, and revamped to be better than ever. And as for the original Proteus 2 map coming back, don’t worry about it replacing the current Proteus 2 map, it’s more of an extension. Or think of it simply as the other side of the world. Basically after crash landing on the current Proteus 2 map you can walk towards the sand dunes and be prompted to travel to the original Proteus 2 map.

For further information on additions, tweaks, and fixes in The Lost & Found Update, please see the details below.

How the O.M.P.A. Has Changed
  • You can craft multiple O.M.P.A.s (make an army of them if you please).
  • We’ve created a command menu specifically for the O.M.P.A.s, where you can control/direct 4 at any given time.
  • The O.M.P.A has its own skill tree. Meaning, it’s up to you how you want to improve its performance.
  • The O.M.P.A. now has a persistent existence, so you can fully customize its color, as well as manage its internal inventory.
  • If you lose your O.M.P.A. you can teleport it to your location for half its energy.

Original Proteus 2 Map Returning
  • You can travel to the original Proteus 2 map from the sand dunes on the current Proteus 2 map.
  • Original Proteus 2 map is now Site B, while current is Site A.
  • When traveling between Site A and B of Proteus 2, you can also do it inside as either the driver or the passenger.

Other Improvements & Fixes
  • We’ve improved traveling between planets to help reduce incidents of players losing their spaceship.
  • In single player, we’ve corrected the issue where people’s destroyed structures were reappearing.
  • Fixed an issue where the game sometimes crashed when flying a spaceship.


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September 11

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About This Game

The oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.” – H.P. Lovecraft

The year is 2078 and Earth’s resources have nearly been depleted. Mankind’s discovery of the near-lightspeed "fold engine" has empowered the Osiris expedition to the Gliese 581 system. You are the second colonization team sent by the U.N.E. (United Nations of Earth) to study potential habitable planets when your space station malfunctions, forcing an emergency landing on an alien surface.

After crash landing on the surface of Proteus 2, you must use all your knowledge to survive, craft, build, and explore the planet and surrounding moons to complete your mission at any cost. Choose your class, join your friends and defend against indigenous wildlife and uncover the mystery surrounding the original Osiris 1 mission. Overcome the dangers of an alien environment and unpredictable weather conditions by building a central habitat, expanding the structure further with modular units to grow food, build a living quarters, and a manufacturing lab. Upgrade equipment and learn new technologies to construct various vehicles including rovers, hover crafts and space crafts.



Work together with your friends to build a prospering colony and survive environmental phenomena including disruptive wind storms, meteor showers, and more. Defend against threatening alien species and attacks from other online players.




Online/Offline. Single Player/Multiplayer. Private Universe/Public Universe. First Person/Third Person: Osiris gives you the freedom to dial in your experience and play how you want.




Gather resources and materials to adapt to the alien world, build modular structures to grow food and create manufacturing labs. Build vehicles and equipment to aid you on your mission as you explore the environment, and research valuable technology to help accomplish your colonization mission.




Osiris: New Dawn innovates on the open-world survival crafting genre by infusing RPG mechanics. Choose between classes, skills, attributes and unravel the story of the Osiris Mission and this alien star system.




Learn what wonders and horrors inhabit the alien planet and explore underground dungeons for unique discoveries. In time, build space crafts to launch into the atmosphere and travel to other planets in the solar system.




Choose first or third person controls as you hunt intelligent alien species with predatory instincts. Equip a variety of weapons and gear to ensure you are prepared for any situation.




Experience the high graphic quality typically only found in AAA games. Osiris: New Dawn offers high attention to texture detail and High Dynamic Range lighting creating a frightening gorgeous world. An advanced IK (inverse kinematics) system powers over 200 amazing fluid player movements and a diverse range of terrifying alien creature animations.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 | 64-bit OS
    • Processor: Intel i5 | 3.2GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 680
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 10 | 64-bit OS
    • Processor: Intel i7
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
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