Introducing Beyond Contact, a fiercely formidable survival game, inspired by the art and style of pulp science-fiction comics, the moral dilemmas of contemporary science-fiction films, and the unforgiving gameplay of survival genre classics, now available via Steam Early Access.
Taking place on the often mysterious and always deadly, procedurally-generated, alien world of Ketern, Beyond Contact features exploration and discovery, a robust system of research and crafting, intuitive base building and defense, farming and creature feeding, narrative-driven objectives to save the inhabitants of the planet, and enough flora, fauna, extreme weather, and environmental hazards to kill even the toughest players 1000 times over... and trust us if the planet gets the chance, it will.
Play Your Way
Beyond Contact offers Campaign and Endless game modes for both solo and cooperative multiplayer experiences.
Dynamic 3D Engine
Can you survive the dynamically diverse, robustly detailed, and unquestionably deadly world of Ketern?
Science Fiction Setting
Utilize your Space Corps-issued equipment, weapons, and AtmoSuits to explore the diverse alien environments, discover extraordinary creatures and unusual plants, and eventually come face to face with the ancient civilization of Ketern.
Robust Research and Crafting
Scan, collect, mine, and scavenge the planet's exotic materials while utilizing the deep and rewarding research and crafting system to survive and thrive the dying planet and its often aggressive inhabitants.
Intuitive Base Building and Power Grid System
Build, expand, and defend your base of operations, while pushing the unique power grid system to its limits.
Narrative Driven Quests and Factional Alien NPCs
Collaborate with alien civilizations, discover previously unknown technology, and uncover the truth of the planet's demise along your journey to help the locals.
Ripped apart by an onslaught of dark rifts, Ketern's once-thriving biomes are being overtaken by dangerous hazards and chaotic weather fallout. Do you have what it takes to survive?