Amazing news! Astroneer has been nominated for FIVE Webby awards! We are honored to be included, but now we need your help!
We have just posted two new openings on our website. We are looking to fill three positions: Lead Designer, Associate Producer, and Tools & Infrastructure Engineer! If either of these sound like you head over to https://systemera.net/jobs to submit an application!
We all know that E3 is gaming’s largest event of the year, where everyone in the industry comes to show off the exciting news, trailers, and gameplay for the coming months. At E3 2018, Astroneer will be one of the games at the show announcing some news of our own! This post will serve as the catch all for everything Astroneer at e3!
That’s right! We have just posted two new openings on our website. The positions we are trying to fill are for a 3D Artist, and a QA lead! If this sounds like you head over to https://systemera.net/jobs to submit an application!
Thats right, we did it. After celebrating our one year anniversary on Saturday, we are finally launching into Alpha! That means a lot of things, but most importantly now with months of planning, prototyping, and systems work out of the way, the team is in full on implementation mode. Players should expect new content and systems every update going forward until we reach Beta! I want to take a second to sincerely thank everyone who has participated in the Pre-Alpha process. You all have been so insightful, diligent, and encouraging during this process, and we as a team cannot thank you enough.
Although Astroneer won’t have any official presence on the show floor while the team is heads down working, we do have a few things going on since PAX West takes place in our hometown of Seattle! Here is the full schedule of places you can catch members of the team.
Hey everyone! I’m Veronica, producer at System Era, coming to you live with my very first blog post.
Way back in December, on the eve of Astroneer’s Pre-Alpha release, Adam shared the first version of the roadmap. With excitement and anticipation, we offered a first look at some of the ideas the System Era team was kicking around along with a promise to keep in touch about how those plans develop. A lot has happened since then, and we haven’t kept in touch as well as we’d have liked, but the team has been steadily growing and steadily working to make Astroneer the best it can be. (more…)
Adam here. Any time System Era updates Astroneer, we spend some time doing a post-mortem of how things went. I thought since we are at the six month mark, I could look back and call out the stuff we did really well, what we could have done better, and what is happening next. Astroneer is in a great place, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have areas that we can improve upon.