SEGA have been scooping up strategy games in the last few years, from Total War and now Humankind.
Announced for release in 2021, Amplitude Studios' 'Humankind' has been making a wave of great impressions so far.
Featuring multiple eras and civilisations, it allows the player to follow them through the years to experience wars, events and much more.
With that, here's all we know on the game so far.
This is a strategy game that allows you to create a civilisation from the Ancient Age, all the way to the Modern Age.
Your followers slowly evolve during these ages to discover breakthroughs in science and technology, to facing historical events, from world wars to national tragedies.
The game allows you to take control of these, and even divert them from happening, which is a large appeal of why 'Humankind' is being followed with great anticipation.
There's been lots of hype and excitement on Reddit as to what else is coming to the historical moments in the game.
There's plenty of posts asking questions relating to what the trade routes will be in certain eras, alongside the unique features that certain groups do.
Even an appearance on Nintendo's Switch or rumoured 'Switch Pro' would be fantastic. We also wouldn't say no to a port on PS4 and Xbox One at some point - but maybe that's too optimistic!
There has been an open beta on Google's Stadia service since last week on the 21st October, enabling anyone with a subscription to go to this page and play.
The open beta ends tomorrow on the 28th October, so if you have a Stadia subscription, enjoy this evening with the last day playing Humankind.
Humankind is scheduled for release in April of next year, where you can already pre-order the game on Steam and Epic Games.