First gameplay footage for Obsidian’s new survival game, Grounded, surfaces

At PAX East 2020, Microsoft and Obsidian presented a demo of their upcoming survival game with a twist, Grounded. As such, you can find below a video showing 15 minutes of gameplay footage from it.

This gameplay video focuses on some of the basic aspects of the game. Thus, you can get a glimpse of its building system, crafting, looting and combat system.

Furthermore, the game will allow players to build shelters by knocking down some tufts of grass. The game will also allow players to freely explore the game world. Players will have complete freedom in a sandbox environment. However, the game will also have a narrative component just to offer the right motivation.

As you may have guessed, the game will allow you to play online with other players, in public or private games. Moreover, it will come with an offline mode for solo players.


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