Release: Offworld Trading Company

The wolf of Mars canyon.
Offworld Trading Company, a complex strategy simulation where you manage the multi-layered economy of a Martian colony, is available now for Windows and Mac, DRM-free on GOG.com with GOG Galaxy support for multiplayer, achievements, and leaderboards, and a 66% launch discount.
You think planning and manipulating an Earthbound community is a challenging endeavor? Wait until you find yourself on Mars, trying to make your colony thrive against the ruthless competition of other planetary settlers, armed only with your weaponized business savvy and financial killer instincts. The absence of meddling military forces means that to become the dominant Offworld Trading Company you need to exercise smart trading, cunning use of the supply-demand dynamics, corporate espionage, and technological superiority. With more than a dozen available resources and parameters to manage in real-time, there is not a dull moment to be had as you trade financial blows with either the A.I. or your spacefaring friends.
Those looking for some other lucrative extra-terrestrial investments can check out these promising DLC:
- The official Soundtrack of the game.
- A neat Map Toolkit that lets you design your own amazing landscapes.
- The Ceres Initiative where you can exploit a large asteroid for profit.
- The Real Mars Map Pack with over 30 new maps offering additional challenges.
- The Patron and the Patriot, two new CEOs who bring with them additional story-driven content, game modes, and features.
Want to share the love? Make sure to grab the game until December 1st, 1:59 PM UTC to secure an extra copy for a friend and dive into the multiplayer together!
Rule the market and exterminate the competition as the most successful Offworld Trading Company of Mars, DRM-free on GOG.com.
The 66% discount lasts until December 1st, 1:59 PM UTC.
In the press:
"This isn't an RTS with the combat removed - it's Wall Street on a new frontier."
88/100 - PC Gamer
"It is fast-paced economic warfare with some clever capitalistic mind games to play with."
8/10 - IGN