An Alien: Isolation-type dinosaur activity sounds really cool, doesn’t it? Well, that’s what a team of developers are hoping to make with Deathground.
New studio Jaw Drop Video games has released a Kickstarter for Deathground, which sees players try out to endure from personal computer-managed dinosaurs. Primarily based on the debut trailer, this one’s quite firmly rooted in first-person horror.
The approach is to develop a solo and co-op experience, so you can participate in in groups of up to a few.
“Gamers variety a team of professional hunters and survivalists on a mission to the ‘Deathground’ to retrieve substantial-value loot,” reads the formal blurb.
“The recreation options dynamic gameplay enriched with objectives, stealth and beat unpredictable AI dinosaurs distinctive character classes a array of products and weapons and genuinely terrifying environments, harnessing the electricity of Unreal Engine 4.”
Jaw Drop Game titles co-founder Dan Da Rocha (Q.U.B.E. 1 and 2, Hue) reported the new studio has self-funded pre-manufacturing and formulated early gameplay, but is now hunting for £80,000 in crowdfunding to get the video game into full creation.
“We have been building the foundations of the recreation for more than six months now and have been thoroughly setting up our manufacturing pipeline and imaginative tactic,” Da Rocha said.
“We’ve arrive to Kickstarter mainly because we are self-confident you can find an audience out there for this sort of video game and we would love for the community to enable shape the video game encounter, so jointly, we can make something remarkable.”
If all goes properly, Deathground will start on Pc through Steam in Early Access type throughout the 3rd quarter of 2021.
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