Awhile back publisher Curve Digital and developer Runner Duck released Space Crew — an intergalactic crew management strategy game (it was easier to say “Space Crew”). If you have the game and think you’ve seen everything, you haven’t as of today…Curve and Runner Duck have expanded its content into a deluxe version they call the Space Crew: Legendary Edition.
So what’s new? The Legendary Edition adds a brand new campaign called Android Ambush that has you managing a team of robots. The ability to take “Away Team” missions has been added, which means you’ll be able to take any crew anywhere — you can fight on other stations, outposts and vessels. More potential crew members have been added to the galaxy…find them and recruit them if you can. Their abilities will be of great service, considering the new and formidable enemies you’ll face.
A brand new campaign – Players will take on a droid army led by rogue androids previously allied with the United Defence Force. Battle against a whole host of new Enemy Champions and ships across new missions, with new gear, liveries and upgrades available for victorious Captains to unlock.
Away Team missions – Leave your ship and venture on foot for the first time with three of your crew onto outposts and large vessels in the all NEW Away Team missions. Selecting the right team will be critical for survival as Away Team missions consist of exploration, puzzles, or combat… sometimes even against the clock!
Legendary Crew members – Build and personalise your ultimate crew by discovering and rescuing legendary crew members with amazing abilities and superior stats, to bolster your efforts against the enemy threat.
Space Crew: Legendary Edition is available now for $19.99 on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, XBox One and PC. If you already own the original Space Crew, the Legendary upgrade will be free.
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