Rover Mechanic Simulator lands on Xbox: Console launch, PlayStation, & more!

Rover Mechanic Simulator is the perfect title for a very particular group of people, but if you're reading this, I'm sure that's you.

With space travel becoming increasingly prominent in mainstream news coverage, more and more games have been released concerning the topic.

So, let's take a look at the latest sim title for space lovers, Rover Mechanic Simulator, and its console launch!

Rover Mechanic Simulator

The game itself is somewhat self-explanatory, as you are thrown in at the deep-end as a mechanic for space's smallest vehicles.

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Specifically, you'll be working on the Mars rovers, facilitating the repair and maintenance of the little robots in between their visits to the red planet.

It really is an awesome premise, and we can't wait to get hands-on with the title ourselves. In fact, the game even received a 90% approval rate on Steam. We all know how difficult that is to gain!

Here is the game's full feature list:

  • Take up a career of a Martian mechanic
  • Enjoy leisurely and educational gameplay¬†
  • Get a chance to work on a selection of faithfully recreated real-life NASA rovers and vehicles
  • Shape up your character with a rank system allowing you to improve your skills
  • Fulfill a wide array of varied and engaging tasks

The console release

Now, following the very successful launch of the game, we're also going to be treated to a console version of the title.

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This started with the Xbox consoles on 22 September. Ultimate Games S.A handled the port for the Xbox One, and the game is also now available on the Series S|X.

Excitingly, we also know now that a PlayStation and Nintendo Switch release is planned for some time in the future. We'll be sure to let you know when as soon as we do!

If you have liked the sound of the game so far, you can buy it on Steam or Microsoft Store!

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