Good Company, a tycoon factory builder, is about forming a technology business and leading it, from product design through hiring employees, and everything from replacing those employees with robots. It looks adorable and, as of Steam Early Access today, strong.
Here''s what''s going to be done in the first trailer.
By default, this looks like multiple games-in-one, given you appear to be capable of engaging in designing the goods you sell, manage your peeps Prison Architect-style, create your factory Factorio-style, and playing the whole thing in singleplayer or co-op.
After its first early access launch in 2020, Steve Hogarty was praised for its style, setting, and intuitive interface.
Sorry, the quote from Steve''s article does not give you any additional information about the game, but I like it.
Good Company''s 1.0 release includes new features and tweaks, including the final chapters of its singleplayer campaign, a redesigned ''freeplay'' mode, the co-op multiplayer for up to four players, and a dozen more things of revamping. It''s currently 20% off on Steam.