October 28, 2020

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AGOS: A Game of Space Out Now

AGOS: A Game of Space puts players on an interstellar virtual-reality journey to flee a dying Earth in search of a new habitable planet. You’ll take control of the AI operating the final departing ship, and guide the last group of survivors across eight unique star systems in hopes of finding a new home. Starting today, players can dive into AGOS on Oculus Rift, SteamVR compatible headsets, HTC VIVE, and VIVE Cosmos.

Using realistic physics-based gameplay, you’ll build and pilot your space probe to upgrade your world-ship. In order to navigate your trip successfully, you’ll need to discover new technologies, hunt down precious resources, and face the dangers of space, all while maintaining life aboard your ship. Your time in space will be accompanied by a soundtrack created by award-winning composer Austin Wintory (Journey, Flow, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, Abzû).

For more on AGOS: A Game of Space, please visit the official AGOS site and for the latest news on all Ubisoft games, check out news.ubisoft.com.

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