Hellion is a first person multiplayer space survival game, a fusion of survival and space simulation genres that pits players against the deadly environment and one another. Survive the hard vacuum, extreme temperatures, deadly radiation and scavenge for basic resources like air, water, food and other items. The desolate wasteland of Hellion hides many secrets, but to uncover them you will need to leave the safety of your station. The small shuttle you have is not up to the task and if you are to have any chance of success you will need a real ship. Keep in mind you are not the only survivor out there. There are others but will they help or throw you to the void without a second thought? Remember, no matter how brutal space may seem, it cannot hold a candle to man.
Hellion Key Features
Sandbox Space Survival – Take command of your own spaceship and navigate through the Hellion system. Put on your EVA suit and investigate deserted stations, outposts and derelict warships in both zero gravity and artificial gravity environments.
Physics Based World – A complete solar system built on Newtonian physics with full orbital mechanics for all celestial bodies, ships and stations. Explore the massive world with seamless transitions, without instancing or loading screens.
Modular Ships, Stations, and Gear – Fully modular and customizable ships, stations and equipment. Build a base from salvaged modules and customize it to your liking. Refit a salvaged vessel with additional modules and equipment according to your playstyle. You can then take your customized gear into combat – yes, your ship too!
Intense Multiplayer Action – Player interactions without any artificial restraints such as forced alliances or safe-zones. Team up with others and build a reliable crew or play as a pirate burning, looting and pillaging the hard work of others. Your actions and choices matter in a world with severe permadeath mechanics.
- CPU:Intel Core i3 or AMD Phenom
- RAM:4 GB RAM
- HDD:8 GB Available Space
- Video:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon equivalent