can androids survive

Following on from the under-the-radar release of Can Android Pray back on Christmas Eve of 2019, Can Androids Survive is a new mech-based first person shooter, one that will have you thrown to the Moon as you attempt to deliver supplies to those in need – even if it sees you losing your own life. 

Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S – fully optimised for the Series X|S and with Smart Delivery in place – Can Androids Survive will see you playing through the life of a mechanical battlefield courier. Playing out as a shortform sandbox, you’ll be tasked with navigating your way through the world ahead, dodging enemies, traversing obstacles and working with the hazards found on a lunar surface. 

Your task is to head out onto the battlefield and put it right, destroying those on the field as you go. 

We only vaguely remember the release of Can Androids Pray on Xbox (but we’re blaming that on a fuzzy Xmas head), but there’s something about Can Androids Survive that makes this an intriguing look. With a price of £7.49 from the Xbox Store, a download for Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S isn’t ever going to break the bank either. 

Let us know if you decide to pick this one up. 

Game Description:

YOU ARE BEING:: RECORDED VIRT RIGHTS TO LUNAR CONFLICT:: SOLD THIS IS HOW YOU KILLED:: THE MOON Becoming a walking, 2-ton supply line in a new shortform sandbox mech FPS from the writer of Can Androids Pray. In Can Androids Survive, you are a battlefield courier, sent to an active warzone on the Moon to deliver supplies to Starbound Alliance bases–even if it costs your life in the process. Battle a draining fuel gauge, hordes of mechanized hazards, and a treacherous lunar surface to unravel the nature of your existence. Jettison fuel through your exhaust ports to escape stellar float mines and launch your chassis across craters. End the war itself–by destroying the field. In 2143, a rogue AI commandeers the defense satellites surrounding a dead Earth, and blows up the Moon. This is how you do it.

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