About FTL: Advanced Edition
FTL: Advanced Edition features:- New systems, playable ships, alien race, weapons, drones, and more!- A new sector with new events, written by Tom Jubert and special guest writer Chris Avellone!- New music by Ben Prunty!Did you ever want to reroute power to the shields, set phasers to stun,or even eject the warp core? Well, now you can! In FTL, you experience theatmosphere of running a spaceship trying to save the galaxy. It’s adangerous mission, with every encounter presenting a unique challenge withmultiple solutions. What will you do if a heavy missile barrage shuts downyour shields? Reroute all power to the engines in an attempt to escape,power up additional weapons to blow your enemy out of the sky, or take thefight to them with a boarding party? This “spaceship simulationroguelike-like” allows you to take your ship and crew on an adventurethrough a randomly generated galaxy filled with glory and bitter defeat.
- Click the Download button below and you will be redirected to UploadHaven.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the blue ‘download now’ button. We recommend using a download manager for faster download speeds. (You can use FDM which is free here, or any other download manager).
- Once the game is finished downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to FTL: Advanced Edition v1.6.13b.zip” (To do this you will need 7-Zip, which you can get here, or you can use the built in windows extractor).
- Double click inside the FTL: Advanced Edition v1.6.13b folder and run the setup application. Accept the EULA, and install the game. Then, launch the game through the desktop shortcut.
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- Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
- 2.0 GHz
- 1 GB RAM
- 3D graphics card with 128MB RAM and OpenGL 2.0 support
- 175MB HDD
- Faster Than Light requires a minimum resolution of 1280 x 720. Integrated Intel HD graphics cards have been known to work but are not officially supported