Date aside, pricing is the next order of business, and the final game is set to be slightly more expensive than the $20 early access version, coming in at $29.99. The reasoning? The early access version was riddled with bugs and required constant maintenance, therefore the lower cost was more fair to users. Now that the final game is on its way, it should be a more quality product, and therefore an extra $9.99 will be required for entry.
However, there will be early adopter discounts and promotional deals, so the $29.99 fee isn’t necessarily the one you’ll need to pay. Get in early, or keep your eyes peeled. Those who have already purchased the game will receive Steam Keys, but the finer details have yet to be worked out on that subject. Expect an update soon, I guess.
And that’s pretty much it. Wayward Terran Frontier: Zero Falls is launching February 11th with a final price of $29.99, deals are on their way, and Steam Keys are coming to those who are entitled. Got that? For more on Wayward Terran Frontier: Zero Falls, head on over to Kickstarter.