There’s not long now until you can unleash your creativity in TerraTech, the physics-based builder from developers Payload Studios, with the release dates set in stone for PC and consoles.

TerraTech has already amassed over 400,000 players from its presence in Steam Early Access since 2015 and on 10th August it’ll finally become a fully fledged PC game. On that same day, the sandbox game will also hit Xbox One and on 14th August, PlayStation 4 owners can get involved too. The console release provides the full TerraTech experience whilst including a completely overhauled control system and UI, thus ensuring construction is a breeze no matter which platform you’re on.

Essentially, TerraTech is an open-world, sandbox adventure game, where you can design, scavenge and build your very own creations through a mix of crafting, combat and discovery across alien worlds. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of will launch with a series of game modes such as Campaign, Creative, Gauntlet (time trial racing) and PVP multiplayer. In addition, Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus members will be able to download a unique skin pack for one of the in-game corporations to use during multiplayer – the Hawkeye Camo Pack (Xbox One) and the Venture Cobalt Pack (PlayStation 4). You best act swiftly though to get your hands on this exclusive, free DLC as it will only be available for one month from launch.

Russ Clarke, Founder of Payload Studios said: “The team have been building towards this point for a long time, and we couldn’t be more excited to finally be able to bring TerraTech to a console audience. Launch is just the beginning though, as we plan to continue to bring new content and features to TerraTech, supporting the game and its new communities for a long time to come”.

Becoming the ultimate planetary prospector in TerraTech will be possible for Xbox One and PC players on 10th August and the PlayStation 4 gamers on 14th August, when it arrives for the price of £19.99/$24.99/€24.99.

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