You’ve probably heard of The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, if only as it’s quite happily sitting on the Google Play Store with upwards of a million downloads to date. But if that mobile scene isn’t your bag, you need not worry – The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands is coming to Xbox later this year.
Set to drop onto Xbox Series X|S in Q4 2021, the award winning survival sim from Fredbear Games – The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands – will give Xbox players the chance to uncover secrets of the forsaken land, all as this mobile classic hits Xbox platforms.
In The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands you’ll be tasked with collecting resources and crafting tools, all so that you can survive the most of harsh of winters. But you’ll also get to meet friendly wanderers that can aid in the settlement process, expediting the collecting or protecting of the spoils.
The thing is, you’ll also need to make sure that you are keeping track of everyone’s stats, all whilst being on the lookout for wildlife at night, as the forsaken lands are home to bloodthirsty creatures that like to hide in the darkness!
Going down as a mobile hit, The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands encourages players to take caution but also explore a diverse fantasy world in order to unlock all of the secrets hidden underneath the snow. You’ll find yourself unlocking advanced building and crafting options, including the ability to trade with new civilizations and more. The question is, will you uncover the secrets of the land or die trying? Each choice and strategic call you make could mean the difference between safety or destruction in this survival simulation roleplayer.
Key features include:
- Build your own settlement and manage the in-depth simulation
- Survive dangerous monsters and harsh weather
- Idle simulation and strategy gameplay
- Beautiful snowy landscape with minimalist aesthetics
- Discover something new with every passing day
- Explore the forsaken land to unlock its secrets
- Leaderboards and achievement support
We’ll be sure to keep you updated as to how and when The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands releases on Xbox in the weeks ahead. For now, check out the original launch trailer from a few years back down below.