Survival Games Come To The PC Via This Kickstarter Campaign

Survival Games
Gazido has informed us about the Kickstarter campaign of Survival Games, a survival FPS that pits 24 players online against one another to become the last one standing by using their wits and surroundings. Survival Games’ main focus is realism. Every weapon will be handled differently, and you’ll have to get used to the feel of each one.
The Kickstarter campaign ends in 28 days and the team aims to raise $50K.
The key features of Survival Games are:
Multiplayer
-Play online with 23 other human players.
-Leaderboards to prove to the world that you’re the best of the best.
Explore
-Roam around each HUGE environment, but don’t get lost!
-Discover the beauty of every map.
Realism
-Life-like skill levels will differentiate a novice player from an expert.
-Realistic weapon handling to ensure a unique experience.
-Use real-life survival techniques to last in the wilderness.
Community
-With an active forum and a dedicated community, the game will reflect the desired gameplay of it’s fans.
-The game is being created by you, for you.
-Every user is able to submit and discuss their ideas/suggestions with a strong chance of landing your idea in the game.
What’s interesting here is that players will be able to team up with others or become lone wolves. Players will also decide whether to run for the loot when the game starts, or head for the hills.
Moreover, players will need food and water to survive, thus they’ll have to either hunt or gather food to stay healthy. Not only that, but they’ll have to find shelter to stay warm, as well as collect basic supplies to craft weapons or traps.
The concept of the game sounds great, so we’ll have to wait and see how it will translate into an actual game.
Here is also hoping that the game engine will be overhauled, as the visuals of the game’s teaser trailer look a bit underwhelming.
Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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