Icarus, the latest survival game from Dean Hall and RocketWerkz. The hit new survival game has a lot of life to it. Exploring different biomes and fulfilling requests for resources is a big part of the game. Almost as much as finding and crafting new gear. But sometimes, you have to learn to let go. The amount of progress can be staggering, but this game is meant to be fleeting. The mission-based structure of the primary game mode in Icarus means you have to end at some point. When you’re ready to turn In your mission in Icarus, it’s time to wrap up.
How to Turn In Your Mission in Icarus
To turn in your mission in Icarus, you need to return to your dropship, press E to interact with it, and click on Return to Station. That will complete the mission. If you fail to do this, you won’t be able to finish things up. When you open up this menu, you will see five slots for items. Placing items in these slots will send them to your Orbital Station.
When you turn in a mission, that zone and all of its progress are wiped. Players trying to return to an old base will find that the progress has been wiped. Items, buildings and more will be deleted. And on new maps, the resource placements are randomized again. There is a way to get past this limitation. Outposts mode is the best thing for those that want to bypass this limit.
You can select Outposts mode from the main menu by clicking the option when you start your game. This sandbox mode doesn’t have a defined mission structure, and is much more freeform. Players can come and go as they please, and their progress will remain on each reload.