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  Dyson Sphere Program has sold more than 1.5 million units, combat system is under development
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07/30/2021
 


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During [F5] Games Show, the developer of Dyson Sphere Program announced that the management game sold more than 1.5 million units since the start of Early Access in Jan. Along with the news, Xun Zhou, the producer of Youthcat Studio revealed that battle system will be the next major update.
 
Dyson Sphere Program Steam page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1366540/
 
As one of the best sellers on Steam in January, Dyson Sphere Program achieved a huge success at launch. The high-frequency updates from Youthcat Studio have also been praised by the user community. The BluePrint System was the latest big feature added to the game, with it you can now build your production line more efficiently.
 
Regarding the new battle system, Xun did not go into many details but provided some concepts. Imagine, while building, you could face an assault from a swarm of enemies. You will research new weapons, expand your territory, fight stronger enemies, and build a defense system to protect your planets... undoubtedly this system will bring a fresh new experience to the game.
 
For players who only want to build their production empire, the producer also promised to provide an option to turn off the battle system. Without the threat of enemies, you will still be able to enjoy the game at your own pace.
 
Currently Youthcat Studio is unable to give an estimate for a release window of the battle system, but more details will become available in the following months.