Space Conquest Developer Hands out Free Keys to Grow Multiplayer Community

Content developers active in the world of virtual reality face some tough challenges. Especially the people working on multiplayer VR games. Space Conquest has been a recently released game available for the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.  In order to attract more players, the developer is now giving away hundreds of free Steam keys. After all, games like these won’t survive long unless there is a large community to play with.

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It is good to see virtual reality game developers focus on what matters most. Creating a VR game from scratch takes a lot of time and effort. Monetizing those creations is not as easy as it once appeared to be, though.In fact, it appears the vast majority of multiplayer virtual reality games struggle to survive. This is mainly due to their player base tapering off pretty quickly after the game has been released. Without people to play with, the future of multiplayer games is in jeopardy.

Space Conquest could easily be forgotten about in a few weeks from now. However, the developer is trying to counter that issue before it becomes a problem. By giving away hundreds of free keys, more people should stick around to give the game a try. It doesn’t take much effort to receive a free key either. All users have to do is join the Discord group and write a message. Given the vast amount of VR games being released right now, it is hard to keep one’s head above water.

The game itself looks quite appealing. Player-versus-player space combat featuring between two and four players is always quite intense. Space Conquest is catering to the casual gamers by combining close quarters combat and fast-paced action. There should never be any major queues to contend with, which is a rarity among multiplayer games these days. Moreover, with more people to play with, things could get quite interesting as far as Space Conquest is concerned. If there aren’t enough players, you can still fight AI bots as well.

All things considered, the game looks pretty fun to play. We will try to pick up a key and test the game out in the coming weeks. With servers located in the EU, US, and Asia, lag shouldn’t be any issue either. The fact one can customize their avatar certainly is an added bonus many players will enjoy. A great idea by the developer and one that will hopefully pay dividends for this game in the long run.

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