The Solus Project begins as many other survival games do. You are the lone survivor on an alien planet, bearing the responsibility for finding a new home for the rest of humanity away from Earth. It has two distinct gameplay sections, focusing on exploring the world around you and solving puzzles that pose as obstacles that block your path. A bit of story is sprinkled in between, along with a smattering of horror elements, but it is the two former parts that provide the majority of the gameplay.
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Teotl Studios has officially announced a pretty huge milestone for the epic exploration game, The Solus Project. According to the studio, the game has now officially released over 100,000 players worldwide since the game launched last summer.
It was last month that developers Hourences and Grip Games along with publisher Teotl Studios released sci-fi exploration title The Solus Project on Steam. Supporting the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive head-mounted displays (HMDs) the teams have now launched an update which is primarily focused on virtual reality (VR).
The Solus Project, a single player exploration driven adventure with survival elements, set on a mysterious and seemingly uninhabited alien planet from developers Hourences and Grip Games, has launched on Steam. According to both of the developers, in the game players must survive through exploration, and unlock the mysteries of Gliese-6143-C.
Grip Digital and Teotl Studios have officially announced a new, free story expansion for The Solus Project. The Hightpoint Expansion is available now for Steam/GOG and Xbox One.
Grip Digital has officially announced that a new content DLC update has been released today for The Solus Project which offer hours of new gameplay content for players. The update will arrive later this week for the Xbox One version on March 11.
GRIP Digital has released a brand-new story video for the upcoming first-person, survival video game The Solus Project. The video features some intriguing new footage that builds up and expands on the world of the story. You can check out the new video in the player below.
Grip Games has officially announced that the The Solus Project is going to be available on Steam Early Access and the Xbox Game preview later this month. In addition, Grip released a new developer video diary with some new gameplay footage that you can check out in the player below. The game will be available on Steam Early Access on February 18. It will be followed by an Xbox Game Preview release on February 26.
Grip Digital has released a new trailer for the eagerly awaited game The Solus Project, which was first unveiled at the Microsoft games conference last year. You can check out the new video, featuring some brand-new footage in the player below.