After Five Years, Besiege is Finally Leaving Early Access

By Alistair Jones on at

Besiege, a physics-based sandbox game that tasks players with creating their own medieval siege engines, is finally leaving early access. After originally landing on Steam back in 2015, its long-awaited 1.0 release is scheduled for next week.

In an update posted earlier this week, UK-based developer Spiderling Games told fans that "Besiege V1.0 will be released on the 18th of February, bringing the game out of early access." The update brings the final singleplayer campaign to the game, and introduces a handful of new tools, from timers to logic gates, to make your weapons of medieval destruction even more powerful than before.

Despite having been adding to their game for the past five years, Spiderling says it still isn't finished. Post-launch, the teams says "we intend to keep working onĀ Besiege, continuing to improve the game, as well as prototyping some experimental Besiege features."