When Microsoft revealed
the 25 titles that were to come to Xbox One as part of the ID@Xbox initiative, Habitat
was one of them. This orbital strategy game has you creating space stations purely out of junk that you see floating around. The statue of Liberty's head is even one of the many objects at your disposal. It's a game of creativity and imagination.
In this first video, we see the founder of 4gency, Charles Cox, discuss this unique game, and why you should give it a try. He also delves into his own mind to explain how the game came to be.
This next short video sees Alex Brandon, the composer of Habitat
, giving his own testimony into why the game is so interesting and why we should check it out.
No official release date has been confirmed as of yet for Habitat
, but once one enters the atmosphere, you'll be the first to hear it.