In the near future a new Exodus begins, the remnants of human civilization have to leave the perishing Earth and start traveling into the Psychosphere. The ones who call themselves the Spirits - new pastors of the human race, believe that a new planet, suitable for living, will be found in the Psychosphere, Colossal towns-arks, carrying hundreds of colonists, have been traveling for centuries through hostile worlds of Psychosphere under the guidance of Spirits. Their destination was the New Earth that was to replace their old home. All passed worlds have been connected by portals, that is how the Chain of Worlds has been created.!
But the end of the hard tests is not in sight, and finally due to the despotism of Spirits and the underground intrigues Exodus went to pieces. New factions have arisen- the Empire and the Harkback. Each faction had their own goals and philosophy. The Harkbacks believed that the old Earth has not died, and the Empire - the most mysterious faction - believed that humans should stay in the Chain of Worlds. The antagonism boiled into a war that has been going on for many decades in many worlds.!
Whereas the Spirits are on the way to their destination and the Harkbacks are seeking the mythical Earth, the Emperor builds up his Sponge Empire using automatic bases - his Vice Frames. He does not believe in the old or in the new Earth.!
A new single player campaign that expands the first game. Totally worth it if you enjoyed the first time, since game mechanics are the same. The good things about the original are into this expansion, but the bad things are there too. Obviously, it is not recommended to start playing this without haven't played the original one. If you remember the original it lacked a lot of explanation and tutorials about how game worked, and it was a little confusing until you actually learn how to play (more like trial and error). This expansion works under the premise that you've already played it, so, don't expect any improvement onthis matter. Worth it for those who enjoyed Perimeter. More of the same, but no problem since it was good.
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