When is the release date?
We’re currently estimating our release date by end of November. Any updates will be reflected on our store pages.
In which platforms will the game be released on?
At the moment, we plan to release on Windows only (in the stores listed both above and below). We might release Mac and Linux some time after. Depending on game reception, we might also release for consoles (which we’d love to), but at the moment it’s not planned.
What engine is the game made in?
Will the game support controllers?
Controller support is already partially implemented (all ships can be piloted with controllers), and we do plan to have full controller support (either at launch or on 1st update at the latest).
Where are the savegames stored?
They are in:
(Folder “AppData” is sometimes hidden on Windows)
We do support cloudsaving in the stores that allow it though.
What are the minimum system requirements?
The game itself isn’t very demanding, so most regular PCs and Laptops should be able to run it. We tried the game on a rather old PC and it worked quite well. The specs were:
OS: Windows 7
Memory: 1000 MB RAM
Graphics: 512MB VRAM
Storage: 7000 MB available space (subject to change on release)
My antivirus is blocking Gravitators exe files. What do I do?
In some rare situations, your anti-virus might think the exe is suspicious and block it. The exe is completely safe.
You should add Gravitators folder as an exception, so your anti-virus won’t give you that false positive. Check your anti-virus help section if you don’t know how to do this.
Can I create fan art based on Gravitators?
You most certainly can, as long as it’s not done for commercial purposes.
Where can I buy Gravitators?
You can find the game in any of these stores:
More stores might be added in the future. If you’d like the game added to a specific store that’s not listed here, let us know and we’ll check it out. Our contacts are at the bottom of this page.
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