The sandbox mining role-playing game Core Keeper from Pugstorm is getting its first significant content update in the form of Sunken Sea. A new water biome has also been added, and players may now use boats to navigate the water if they so choose. You may view the first gameplay trailer for the game by clicking on the link below, which was provided by IGN’s Summer of Gaming.
The biome features a variety of unique islands that can be explored, in addition to new weaponry and equipment (including a new Legendary Weapon). You will also be able to construct some new items for your base, as well as discover new species of fish and plants, mine new forms of ore and valuables, and discover new species of plants and fish. As if that weren’t enough, you can also look forward to encountering four new monster kinds, a new Titan Boss, new food, and a great deal more.
The 12th of June is when the big announcement is scheduled to take place at the PC Gaming Show, so stay tuned for much more information (like a release date for the Sunken Sea update). Core Keeper is now available for early access on Steam for personal computers. After only two weeks on the market, it already racked up a staggering 500,000 sales.