With a new title of ‘Electronics Battleship’, an electronic battleship is a new breed of space simulation.
The game, developed by Electronic Arts and published by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2018, is based on the idea of a fleet of satellites orbiting a planet and a planet-sized battleship.
This is a very different concept from the traditional space sims of the 1950s and 60s, and has been hailed as the next great step in game design.
The main difference is that in this game, you are controlling a large ship that can move through the atmosphere at high speeds and shoot down hostile ships.
The premise of the game is that the enemy fleet can use a number of different tactics, such as stealth, stealth drones and missiles, to try and disrupt your battleship or destroy it before it can take off.
There is also an emphasis on space combat, as well as space exploration, with the game’s developers stating that the player will be required to use their ship’s sensors to scout for targets, navigate to different areas and target specific targets.
The team behind ‘Electron Defense’, the company behind the game, is hoping that the game will inspire more players to explore space.
“The main reason we made this game was to inspire people to go into space, because of the awesome things that they can achieve on a spaceship, from learning to build your own rocket to the use of quantum physics to space travel,” said Nikhil Gupta, co-founder of the company.
“We hope this will inspire people who are not as interested in space exploration as they are in the traditional games and games that we love.
There are many more interesting games in the future.”
The game is being developed by a team of 15 to 20 people, with additional staff added after the first two prototypes were played.
The company is also working on a mobile game that is expected to be released in 2019.
The ‘Electrons’ game has already received some international acclaim, with it being awarded an Independent Games Festival 2018 Game of the Year Award.
The title will be released for Android devices in 2018.
The developer also hopes to expand the game into mobile platforms, and will also be releasing a full version for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles.
“Electron Battle” is scheduled to release on October 14, 2019 for Windows 10, Xbox One, and PlayStation 3.
A release date has not yet been set for the iOS and Android versions.
The Electronic Arts team hopes to launch a full release on Android devices and Windows 10 PCs, with an iOS version to follow later in the year.
Electronic Arts will also release a second mobile version for the mobile platform.
“While the concept of an electronic warfare game is nothing new, we think this is the perfect fit for our game, because the focus is on the actual gameplay, which is why we chose this technology,” Gupta said.
“This is an incredibly exciting time in the space sector, and we’re looking forward to bringing this game to life.”
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