Redshirt trailer beams over to us, pre-orders and beta open

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Positech Games and The Tiniest Shark’s life sim, Redshirt, is now open for pre-orders and is rewarding your early money with beta access.

Redshirt casts you as an entirely disposable crew member on the space station Megalodon 9, and tasks you with making your way off the station within 180 days via career advancement, shameless friend-making, or black-market dealing. It… looks pretty damn entertaining.

Redshirt is priced at $19.95 USD,  and grabbing it from the official website will also net you a Steam code at launch.

There’s a trailer below, and you can learn more about the game over on the official site.


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