Fractured Space was released November 20, 2014 by Edge Case Games. The game was developed by Edge Case Games.  Fractured Space is team-based space combat fought in gigantic capital ships.

With the intensity of a shooter and the big-picture-thinking of a strategy game, Fractured Space is at the forefront of an exciting new frontier for the genre.

Fractured Space is a team-based space combat game where two teams fight epic battles in massive capital ships. Combining the intensity of a shooter with the big picture thinking of a strategy game, Fractured Space offers a new frontier in tactical combat. Players can earn credits to expand and upgrade their fleet, with a wide variety of ships across numerous classes and manufacturers to choose from.

Fractured Space is currently available for PC on Steam Early Access. The game remains free to play while the developer completes the game, but eventually they are moving to a more commercial model.

Fractured Space is pretty unique in its own way, but the gameplay can be compared to a select few.  You can buy all of the ships and modules with in-game currency earned for free. Game is slow-paced, makes combat exciting and dramatic.

With 5v5 matches, individual skill in combat alone cannot secure victory. Your team must decide where to focus its efforts; when to advance and retreat. Every match is a war to be won through multiple battles. Unity is strength.

Pick a manufacturer, choose a class and customize your weapon loadouts. Earn credits to purchase new ships and start expanding your fleet. Tailor your craft to your combat preferences, and be the envy of the fleet when your interstellar juggernaut warps into battle.

With multiple loadouts and a plethora of ships on the way, no two teams will go into battle with the same setup, giving you a unique set of choices and options in a given match. Know your ship, learn your environment and adapt your tactics accordingly.


This game needs a modern DX11 card and 64-bit Windows. 8GB of memory is helpful with a quad-core processor.