Paradox and developer Channel 3 Entertainment have officially announced Foundry, a visually stunning voxel factory-building simulation game coming soon to PC.
Foundry, according to Channel 3, is a first-person, factory-building, and automation sandbox set in a beautiful, procedurally-generated voxel world.
In this game, players will face engineering challenges such as constructing pipe networks and power grids, managing large-scale production lines, and figuring out how to fully automate their factory operations.
If you’re a fan of games like Factorio, Foundry seems like it’ll be right up your alley. It might even help you pass the time until the highly anticipated Factorio expansion is released.
You can watch the debut trailer for Paradox and Channel 3’s Foundry right here.
Pitched by Paradox as “the perfect mix between grid-based construction games and factory building simulations,” Foundry can be enjoyed both solo and with friends.
The game was previously available in alpha form on Itch.io, but Channel 3’s partnership with Paradox will bring it to Steam with new and improved features and content.
Channel 3 vice president Patrik Meder expresses excitement about the collaboration with Paradox, enabling their studio to fulfill their vision and ambitions for the game.
Sebastian Forsström, Paradox’s executive producer, describes Foundry as “the ultimate factory building simulation” and expresses the studio’s great excitement about the project.
If you’re also eagerly anticipating Foundry, you’ll be pleased to know that it won’t be long until you can get your hands on it.
As part of the Steam Next Fest, which starts on October 9th and runs until October 16th, Foundry will be among the games offering a demo.
During that time, you’ll have the opportunity to try out the demo on Steam, so be sure to add Foundry to your wishlist if you want to play it.