2024 Content Roadmap for Homeworld 3 Revealed

The team at Gearbox Publishing and Blackbird Interactive have unveiled the 2024 Content Roadmap for Homeworld 3, which also includes additional content for War Games.

Scope out the full list of roadmap items for Homeworld 3 below:

  • June Free Content Drop: 10 new challenges and artifacts.
  • July Paid DLC: New playable faction, new faction-starting fleets, artifacts and faction emblem
  • August Free Content Drop: 10 new challenges, 5 new artifacts and new map.
  • October Paid DLC: New playable faction, new faction-starting fleets and faction emblem
  • Fourth Quarter Free Content Drop (timing TBD): New challenges, map and more new content.

Catch up on the nitty-gritty with the official Homeworld 3 blog post regarding this news.

Note that content updates are exclusive to the War Games co-op mode. Meanwhile, free content will be made available to all those that purchased the main game.

On that same note, the PC requirements for Homeworld 3 have been revealed:

See what’s needed for Minimum, Recommended, High, Ultra, RT Low, RT High, and RT Ultra with the specifications below:

All those interested in this title can purchase the Homeworld 3 Collector’s Edition via Amazon, GameStop, and Target

When it comes to physical goods, items include a 14” Khar-Kushan Mothership, 3” Hiigaran Destroyer Figure, 1.8” Hiigaran Torpedo Frigate Figure, WW2-inspired spotter playing card deck, and Homeworld 3 logo keychain.

Source: Press Release

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