Bad Yolk is a new Swedish Studio, and they announced their first original IP: Main Assembly. Built in Unreal Engine 4, it offers an advanced physics system with aerodynamics and robot destruction. Launching onto the Steam Early Access program on PC this year, Bad Yolk is aiming at a late 2020 commercial launch.
“Main Assembly is our first project, and we want to hit the ground running by wowing players with a wide variety of options in terms of construction and creativity while also providing sophisticated challenges that will put their creations to the test,” said Mike Paixao of Bad Yolk. “What we have now is already pretty amazing from a physics perspective and also a lot of fun to play with friends. We intend to polish and hone these features and are very much looking forward to player feedback to help us make the best game possible.”
In Main Assembly take on the role of a drone with the ability to design and build robots for your everyday needs. Create unique ways to overcome various challenges in single-player or jump into the Sandbox where you can craft and play alone or with other players. Using a freeform crafting tool and parts system, players can make exciting-looking robots, and control them with powerful visual programming.