Satisfactory screenshot of two players overlooking their factory

[Update]: Satisfactory has now made its way to Early Access alongside mostly positive reviews.

After being exclusive to the Epic Games Store for about a year now, the open world factory-building game Satisfactory is now coming to Steam. You can expect to see it arrive this June 8th as a part of Steam's Early Access program, though the full release is still quite a few years away.

In terms of content, the current version of Satisfactory is perfectly playable and quite fun, though a bit aimless as there's no real story or end-game to dive into. So if you're looking for a carefully guided experience, you might want to stay away for a little while longer. On the other hand, if you love a good sandbox and if creating impossibly complex factories that work despite all known laws of logic sounds like a fun way to spend your time, Satisfactory might just be worth looking into.

As for what exactly all of this looks like in action, that you'll find out through the original Early Access trailer. It's a little bit outdated at this point, but still well worth a peek:

You can learn more about Satisfactory, as well as grab yourself a Steam copy as soon as it goes live, over at... well, Steam! Have fun!