Startenders: The Interstellar Bartending Hit is coming to Steam with 50% Off Deal

Startenders, the critically acclaimed virtual reality game, is set to launch on Steam on April 25th after its success on Meta Quest and PSVR.

Foggy Box Games has launched a new bartending game called Startenders. To celebrate the launch, the game is being offered at a 50% discount for a limited time. You’ll be able to attend the Startenders Academy, find new ingredients, and earn skills. But that’s not all, you can also earn money to buy better tools and ingredients to create the perfect cocktail.

Startenders gives players the freedom of an entire galaxy across the ‘Story’, ‘Free Mix’, ‘Pass the Headset’, and ‘Daily Run’ game modes. In these modes, players can meet new alien species and battle it out in daily challenges.

Much like a real bar, Startenders is playable both standing and seated. It features various VR accessibility options that ensure every recruit can serve robots, rocks, bugs, and even gelatinous aliens from across the stars.

Startenders will become available on Steam at the price of $14.99/£11.99/€14.99. This offer will allow more players to afford the game. Startenders is also available on Meta Quest, Meta Quest 2, and PlayStation VR platforms.

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