Due to launch later this summer on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC, AWAY: The Survival Series from the team at Breaking Walls promises to drop gamers into a nature documentary-inspired narrative adventure. It looks super cool too – with the latest trailer for the game showcasing footage focused on the animals, the boss fights and the Photo Mode that will be present.
The Breaking Walls team have previous experience of working on the likes of Assassin’s Creed, Prince of Persia and Far Cry amongst others, yet it is their first indie title which holds much hype. AWAY: The Survival Series will drop onto Xbox, PlayStation and PC this summer, delivering gamers a world like no other as we take in the natural world through the eyes of a gorgeous little sugar glider.
Promising to take your through your very own personal nature documentary, gliding through the forest, sneaking past predators and hunting prey will be at the fore of the action. It’s set in a distant future in which nature has reclaimed the planet and you, as a lonely sugar glider, head out on a quest to save your family.
The untamed lands you find though will be full of danger. Large enemies will hunt you down, as you jump, climb and glide your way through the environment. But it’ll also be up to you to survive, preying on the smaller animals you come across. With navigational puzzles in tow, along with a story that will see many a mystery uncovered, this vast wild world is one that we cannot wait to take in.
The hype is built even more today thanks to the latest trailer – a 13 minute long developer walkthrough that offers up a first look at the Photo Mode, goes in-depth with a couple of playable animals, give a sneak at the nighttime gliding and provides access to an all-new boss fight.
We seriously advise you give it a watch and then hold tight for launch of AWAY: The Survival Series later this summer. It’s then when you’ll find digital launch on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and PC, along with a physical drop on PlayStation.
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