New details revealed for storydriven third-person exploration adventure game, Lost Ember

Mooneye Studios has revealed some new details about Lost Ember. Lost Ember is described as a storydriven 3rd person exploration adventure that lets players take the role of a wolf. With a wolf as your main character and a determined companion on your side, you will unveil a story of loyalty, despair and betrayal that led to the fall of a whole world.

Players will be guided by a companion that used to be part of the old Inrahsi culture and witnessed the fall of his world. Through his memories you will see what happened to the old world and learn to understand him, to finally help him on his mission.

Players will also have the ability to possess every animal in the world, thus enabling them to explore the world in a lot of different perspectives to find hidden secrets and places that played a role in the fall of the Inrahsi and hold important memories.

According to the team, the gameplay in Lost Ember focuses entirely on exploring the world and the story with the different animals.

“We wanted to achieve a relaxing gameplay that lets the player move through our world in his own pace and still make it a lot of fun by letting him do so in a great variety of ways.”

Lost Ember was inspired by titles such as Journey, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Shelter and Firewatch.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Ability to possess every animal in the world
  • At least 8 different animals
  • 4 completely different regions
  • Planned 5 hours of gameplay

Enjoy its teaser trailer!

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