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First gameplay trailer released for Deep Silver’s new survival game, Windbound

Deep Silver has unveiled the first Windbound gameplay trailer during The Escapist’s Indie Showcase. In this trailer we witness Kara’s evolution in survival as she scavenges for resources and gains the skills to craft, and equip her with the ultimate sea vessel and the strongest combat-ready attire and weaponry.

Windbound features nomadic hunting and exploration combined with custom boat building and an immersive sailing experience. The game will also provide endless rogue-like replayability options thanks to the procedural world, dynamic wildlife, and modular boat crafting.

Windbound releases on August 28th, and below you can also find its key features.

  • Uncover the Secrets Within. Embark on a personal journey and discover the history of the idyllic Forbidden Islands, each island holding the key to a mystery and unexpected revelations.
  • Explore As Far As The Eye Can See. Head towards the horizon and advance across multiple islands, each with their own diverse wildlife, landscapes and challenges to face.
  • Live Off The Land. Scavenge the islands’ untamed terrain for resources that you can use to craft a full range of tools and weapons to hunt wildlife and upgrade your boat. You must set sail when resources become scarce.
  • Build The Perfect Seacraft. Your boat is your key companion on this journey. Carefully craft your own custom sailing vessel to take on the treacherous waters traversing from one island to the next. Design your boat to battle tempestuous winds, monstrous waves, and deadly sea creatures.

Enjoy!

Windbound - Official Gameplay Trailer

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