Arctic Awakening Gets Chilly New Trailer

Today we got a new look at Arctic Awakening, the upcoming first-person storytelling game from GoldFire Studios. Players control Kai, a cargo pilot who was with his partner on a relatively routine supply shipment to a small Alaskan town when their plane crashed in the middle of nowhere. Donovan, the co-pilot, gets lost in the cold and snowy expanses and Kai sets out to find him.

As a Kai, you must explore the frigid wilderness, and the environment is a constant threat. The game is set in April 2062, so there are a few things a little different than you’d expect in a modern setting, including a court-ordered therapy bot to accompany you on your journey. The AI ​​drone has no shortage of succinct commentary to share with you as you navigate the wilderness, but has unhelpful tools or weapons that could aid in your quest for survival.

Beyond the exploration elements, Arctic Awakening focuses on narrative choices and the way those choices change the relationships and situations of the characters around you. The choices you make also affect the ending of the game.

Beyond narrative elements, GoldFire Studios promises dynamic weather that changes over time, meaning even areas you’ve already visited can be different when you return there a second time.

As Kai investigates, it becomes increasingly clear that something even more sinister is going on out there in the wilderness. High-tech facilities and mysterious technology are everywhere, giving a sense of mystery tinged with terror.

Arctic Awakening is slated for release in 2023 on consoles, PC, and Mac. It will be released as a collection of five 60-90 minute chapters that players can work through at their own pace.

https://www.gameinformer.com/future-games-show/2022/06/11/arctic-awakening-gets-chilly-new-trailer Arctic Awakening Gets Chilly New Trailer

Sarah Ridley

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