Pugstorm and Fireshine Games have announced that dedicated Core Keeper servers are now available.There are also new details about The Sunken Sea update.Core Keeper is a top-down sandbox game in which players find themselves in the middle of mysterious underground ruins.It sold more than half a million copies and overhauled its repair system in the first few weeks after launch.Now the people behind the game are correcting a glaring omission: you can now get dedicated servers for this game.Dedicated servers for Core Keeper will work the same way as most other games - you set up a server and players connect to it.This is certainly an improvement for players who would like to run a server without worrying about their game running in the background.\"We are pleased to officially introduce support for dedicated servers in Core Keeper and reveal the first information about The Sunken Sea update,\" Pugstorm CEO and animator Sven Thole said in a press release.\"The request for dedicated servers has been around since the game's launch in Steam Early Access, and we'd like to say a huge thank you to members of our incredible community who helped test the feature before its official launch today.\"While many players are certainly capable of setting up dedicated servers themselves, it's more likely that they will use third-party services to manage them.It's likely that Core Keeper servers will be available on several game server hosting services in the coming weeks (if they aren't already).You can learn more about how dedicated servers work in today's announcement.In addition to dedicated servers, the developers have revealed some new details about the game's next major update.The Sunken Sea will feature boats, a new mode of transportation that was one of the items on the Core Keeper Roadmap.The update will feature the following new content:BoatsNew enemy typesNew oreNew valuablesNew items to build a baseNew fishNew plantsNew foodThe full version of The Sunken Sea update for Core Keeper will be presented at the PC Gaming Show on June 12, 2022.If you haven't started playing this great game yet, you can purchase Core Keeper for PC via Steam for 299 rubles.
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Wednesday, May 11, 2022
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