Pirate Galaxy - The Sirius Singularity
Hamburg, Germany, 08 September 2011 – Hamburg-based developer Splitscreen Studios announces a new update for the free to play 3D science fiction adventure Pirate Galaxy. From the end of October brave space pilots will face astounding new settings in “The Sirius Singularity”. In Pirate Galaxy, that was awarded with the “Sponsorship Award of the German Developers’ Award 2009”, players fight against a highly aggressive extraterrestrial race called Mantis that long for absolute supremacy and undisputed predominance in the once peaceful coalition of planets.

With the utmost effort man has apparently won the final battle against the mighty Manti Queen and has finally completed the mysterious artefact. A new intriguing world opens up with the abatement of the Mantis: By experimenting with the now completed artifact a worm hole has opened up with destination unknown. From now on players don´t have to make their way across the galaxy on their own but can team up with other clan members to explore the mysterious and completely unknown “Sirius Singularity”. With new spaceships they protrude into the obscure new world where human pirates loot and prey upon the poor ruthlessly. Furthermore the Mantis forge out ferocious plans: They plan giving birth to an even more vicious and more powerful Manti Queen. So it seems the fight for absolute prevalence in outer space is not over yet: In the end an enemy appears that makes the long and enduring fight against the Mantis look like a walk in the park.

In addition to substantial content updates “The Sirius Singularity“ offers hundreds of new items, construction plans and numerous new spaceships in yet unseen shapes and designs. From October on players can explore the new territories accompanied by other players, the days of only linear missions are over. More than two years after the official launch Pirate Galaxy will soon offer numerous new thrilling missions.

Splitscreen Studios develops, runs, and markets next-generation online games. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, the company is a leader in the sector of 3D browser games. The innovative Splitscreen technology permits the display of high-resolution 3D game worlds directly in the web browser.

For more information, please visit www.splitscreenstudios.com and www.pirategalaxy.com.