Industries of Titan is an upcoming game from the studio behind groovy dungeon crawler Crypt of the Necrodancer – with a massive change in theme and scope. Industries of Titan is an industrial city building sim/strategy game, set on Saturn’s moon Titan. The game will be coming to Epic Games Store Early Access 2020, other platforms TBD.
sprawling industrial city, design powerful factories, and compete with other
Great Houses for resources, territory, and power and to stake your claim to the Industries
About this game
Make your own city. Grow your city from a few
small buildings into a massive metropolis!
Build cities, factories, an economy, and maybe warships in the Saturnian moon. Deal with rivals in extremely hostile takeovers. The game is focused on Titan’s ship-to-ship combat in a future dystopia. The capitalism allows for all-out warfare between corporations, so long as they’re willing to pay the government the appropriate war bonds.
Make your factory, set up a production line to
make powerful devices and buildings from raw material
To make a powerful and efficient economy, you
must Balance your employee’s needs, your buildings and also your factory.
Design your own battleships. Place your
weapons, shields, thrusters, etc. wisely in the ship. reduce weak points and
maximize fighting capability
Start battleship combats to overcome your
enemies. That’s the way you can prove your superiority, political influence, or
the sheer productive power of your factories
Enjoy the real-time with pause gameplay that will allow you to play at your preferred pace
Titan isn’t just a ship combat game. You can avoid combats if you want. In this
case, you must build interconnected factories and supporting structures to
increase your capital.
Visit the interior of every building and customize them to increase productivity.
interior is fully and completely customizable in the Industries of Titan.
Purchase every component you desire – from the cockpit and medbay to lasers and
fuel reserves – and place them wherever you want. Just note that your crew will
need full access to every station and component in case they were broken and
having the biggest guns, it’s money and efficiency that drive the conflict in
Industries of Titan. The flow of combat is almost identical to FTL. Cross-sections
of two ships appear on screen while little crew members man weapons and
cockpits and the like, scrambling to fix the inevitable pileup of disasters.
You can pause the action at any time to survey the damage, incoming or
outgoing, delegating tasks to individual crew members and targets to weapons.”