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Are you ready to help build and establish a new home for you and others on Mars? In Mars First Logistics, that's your goal! You will build physically simulated rovers to try transporting cargo across Mars to build a new civilization. As you complete missions, you will unlock new parts with the funds you get to further customize and make your rover more and more capable of completing missions. And, after the newest update, it should be more playable on the Steam Deck.


In the third early access patch, we have a multitude of additions, tweaks, and bug fixes, but on top of that, we also have performance improvements for the Steam Deck. The update doesn't go into specifics on how it has been improved, but any improvements are always much appreciated.

Other than that, the update adds a lot of new content and quality-of-life improvements. The way parts are connected to each other has changed with the ability to create mechanical loops, you can choose specific pivot points when connecting, the UI has been cleaned up, an in-game manual has been added, 8 new parts have been added, and the grappling hook has been all fixed up. On top of those, new pivot points were added to other parts, the editor zoom limit was increased, and a new setting was added to disable input prompts at the bottom left of the screen.

You can check the full changelog for this update via the Steam Community Post.

Mars First Logistics is available in early access on Steam for $19.99.

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Noah Kupetsky
A lover of gaming since 4, Noah has grown up with a love and passion for the industry. From there, he started to travel a lot and develop a joy for handheld and PC gaming. When the Steam Deck released, it just all clicked.
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