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Ubisoft dropped a surprise reveal as part of its Ubisoft Forward presentation early this morning with AGOS: A Game of Space. A space sim built for VR that puts you in the role of an AI aboard the last ship leaving Earth in search of a new home. Through physics-based gameplay you'll build modular probes and explore star systems in search for resources.

The year is 2057. Earth is doomed. In a desperate move for survival, mankind embarks aboard hundreds of ships, putting its future into the hands of artificial intelligence to guide them to a distant habitable planet in order to rebuild civilization.

As the AI operating the very last ship to leave Earth, your mission is to travel for centuries through a perilous interstellar journey to reach this new promised land. No one has heard back from those who left before you.

Discover space in VR like never before. Experience innovative and realistic physics-based gameplay to build and pilot your space probes. Explore unique star systems, scavenge resources, unlock new tools and technologies, and face the perils of space to maintain life on board your ship during this extraordinary journey to save humankind.


Experience innovative, realistic, physics-based gameplay.


Travel through eight unique star systems. Harvest rare resources, explore abandoned space stations, fulfil quests, and trade with other ships.


Build probes, unlock new parts, and improve your ship to face all the dangers that space offers to unwary travelers.


Innovative controls for a motion sickness–free experience. Get into the cockpit and get lost in space for hours.

It launches October 28 for the Oculus Rift, HTC VIVE, and Valve Index. With With Star Wars: Squadrons also out in October and offering up full-VR support for its campaign and multiplayer suite, it's currently a great time for space sim fans.

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