There is no release information for Planet Alpha as of now, but make sure to stay tuned for any new information. It surprisingly does not show off our lone astronaut's ability to rotate the planet and thus change the time of the day, which may come in handy during their journey to uncover more about the planet and how they got there, but it looks quite impressive nonetheless. Then in 2015, Lazar left IO to work on Planet Alpha full time.
Adrian Lazar has been working on Planet Alpha since December 2013 and it is plain to see the amount of dedication and passion that has been injected into the project. Is this world really as tranquil and serene as it first appears and what more will you discover?
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Adrian Lazar comments positively to the partnership, which allows the team to finally bring the game to players all over the world.
Team17 CEO Debbie Bestwick adds: "At their best video games can take us to different worlds on fantastic journeys".More news: Djokovic beaten by world number 109
Team17 have sent word of the next game to be published under their label. Bestwick's understanding of the game is nearly as passionate as Lazar's as she states that Planet Alpha has the kind of world that she certainly wanted to spend time in.
Planet Alpha is a lush-looking platformer that is coming Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC in 2018.More news: Kirk Cousins to make decision on new team this week
What do you think of Planet Alpha so far? "An unexplored alien planet is the flawless canvas for this so we let our imagination flow".More news: WWW inventor says the Web is "under threat"
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