The open market of sci-fi MMO Prosperous Universe is now well and truly open. Starting now, players who are curious about the galaxy-spanning economical empire manager can start becoming an interstellar fat cat. Or at least blink in confusion as to what all of these buttons do.
Gamers will recall that Prosperous Universe is a browser-based indie sci-fi single-shard sandbox MMORPG focused on player economy; we’ve been covering it for the last couple of years through development. The free-to-play launch marks the end of APEX payment restrictions; however, those with an Asteroid-tier license will be the ones to harness the full power of the UI. There’s also something else to climb thanks to new ratings agencies, which grades a company’s trustworthiness. Those with no grade can still trade, but only on local markets, the Chamber of Global Commerce, and some other aspects of APEX. The update also introduces fair Commodity Exchange price guarantees, letting players limit how much a product’s price can deviate from its previous average when trading between business partners.
There is a whole lot to Prosperous Universe, so new arrivals are invited to look through the tutorial Handbook for instructions on how this all works, or you can simply register and get started if you’re the “learn by doing” sort.