A Stellaris Recreation Plans New Put up-Launch Content material

Quick Journey Video games are planning new post-launch content material for Ghost Sign: A Stellaris Recreation, as a brand new patch provides minor bug fixes at the moment on Quest 2.

Following its launch final week, Quick Journey Video games launched a minor replace for Ghost Sign: A Stellaris Recreation. Patch 1.0.1 added small fixes like stopping a tender lock bug through the analysis tutorial, stopping the Chimera boss spawning twice, and an up to date credit listing. Extra notably, Quick Journey Video games used this launch to announce additional post-launch patches are coming with “extra enhancements and new content material.” Nevertheless, the precise nature of the “new content material” continues to be unknown and a launch window stays unconfirmed.

We loved ourselves in our latest Ghost Sign: A Stellaris Recreation assessment and take into account it “among the finest VR roguelites but.” Although we criticised its lack of an in-game droop perform, we had excessive reward for the core gameplay, visuals and replayability.

Somewhat than try the unenviable activity of recreating Stellaris for Quest 2, this profitable spin-off shines by forging forward with its personal concepts, providing an entertaining premise filled with sturdy replayability and a refined presentation. Minor points apart, I immensely loved my time exploring this universe, and Quick Journey Video games are onto one other winner. I can see myself coming again to Ghost Sign for a very long time.

Ghost Sign is accessible now for $19.99 on Meta Quest 2 and Meta Quest Professional.