Besiege screenshot of a catapult in action

[Update]: If you're craving for even more destruction, Sea of Craft is a Besiege inspired physics-based sandbox where you get to build a variety of wacky ships.

After spending around five years in Steam Early Access, the somewhat medieval, physics-based sandbox game Besiege has now been released in full. So if you're in the mood for creating truly terrifying weapons of mass destruction, only to have them inevitably fail and collapse in on themselves, Besiege is well worth checking out!

Besides an assortment of bug fixes and general quality-of-life changes, the launch version has also brought with it the final chapter of Besiege's singleplayer campaign. As you would expect, this final island is littered with nasty fortresses, a variety of new enemies to mow down, as well as "secret magics to unravel" on your journey to the final battle.

There's also a couple of fancy new blocks to play around with, all focused around logic and automation. In other words, you can now create automated machines, perform a variety of actions in a sequence, as well as use sensors to ensure all of your carefully devised plans go horribly wrong at exactly the correct time.

While there is no trailer showcasing some of these new features, you can get a pretty good idea of the kind of monstrosities you can create through one of the earlier dev videos. Have a gander, it's a pretty short one:

It's also worth mentioning that Besiege is currently on a 50% discount, bringing the price down to $4. The price will be increasing after the sale is over, however, so if you're planning to grab Besiege, now would be the best time to do so.

You can learn more about Besiege, as well as it's newly added Update 1.0, over at Steam. Have fun!