Second Galaxy is an open-ended, deep-space sci-fi game in the globe. Presenting a world of 4,961 galaxies, packed with planets, stars, satellites, wormholes, space stations, and all sorts of heavenly bodies, Second Galaxy welcomes players to explore the universe, navigate hundreds of separate space vessels across the globe, and team up with other players to create companies and secure scarce resources or launch epic intergalactic battles. If you're not fighting or exploring, you can engage in the dynamic trading system of Second Galaxy, where every player in the game can buy, sell, and barter. You are waiting for a universe of sheer liberty!
Second Galaxy Developer ZLONGAME produced a splash with its classic RPG Langrisser portable port earlier this year. And now it's about to follow up with Second Galaxy, a three-year sci-fi MMO in production.
Unlike other space games where players are compelled in a barren sandbox to set their own objectives, Second Galaxy is constructed on a tale that gradually shows more and more of the universe and guides the player through the many intricacies of the game. Starting with a selection, players should be troops, researchers, technicians, or explorers? Their early aptitude is determined by this career decision, but it in no manner restricts them from taking their own route through the game.
While I haven't seen it explicitly confirmed anywhere yet, I assume that all of the variants of Android, iOS, and PC will feature cross-play and a shared account system. If you can't play the same account and have advancement and gameplay translated, it would be a true shame. That's the attraction for me to have a game like this on mobile — so I can keep playing when I'm away from my PC, not so I can have two distinct accounts at the same time.
You have your own personality in command, and you can determine your position in the world. For example, if you illegally attack other players, your criminal rate will rise. If it goes above 1, the NPC cops who patrol the cosmos, taking down the filth, will pursue and penalize you. The more crimes you commit, the more justice you bring down, not just from the police, but from other players as well.
ultimately only represents the immutable human nature that has never altered in thousands of years. There are conflicts, alliances, and infinite possibilities to help or plunder, with a couple of regimes struggling through war and diplomacy to dominate. This play is the outcome