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Gone Gold - Surviving Mars

Publisher Paradox and developer Haemimont announce they've started the countdown to the launch of Surviving Mars, saying their space strategy game will come to Windows, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on March 15th. A new Mysteries trailer illustrates the news, and here's word on how you'll be able to science the doody out of this:

Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games that reach bold new frontiers, today announced that Surviving Mars, the upcoming management strategy game from Haemimont Games, will launch for all systems on March 15, 2018. Surviving Mars will put players in charge of planning, designing, and maintaining a sustainable colony on the red planet, and players will be able to undertake this mission next month on the Xbox One, on the PlayStation®4 console, and on Linux, MacOS, and Windows PCs. Pre-orders will begin later this month, allowing aspiring Martians-to-be the chance to be among the first colonists and collect in-game pre-order bonuses. Surviving Mars will be available starting at a suggested retail price of $39.99 on all platforms.

The challenges awaiting players will be many – and not all of them will be the ones science has prepared for. A new trailer is available today, showing a glimpse at some of the Mysteries of Mars:

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