A couple of years ago, we first saw the special survival game Breaking Walls, in which we have to control a wallet squirrel to become a hunter rather than a wilderness while taking our place in a rich wildlife, as well as trying to survive a natural disaster. The developers have now come forward with a nature movie-inspired action release date.
In AWAY: The Survival Series we will have to embark on a wonderful journey, where the storm sweeping the world threatens all living things, which means that we will also have to find a new and safe home. We will be able to explore exciting lands and even learn about other links in the food chain – sometimes we control an animal other than the hero rodent. Our adventures will be accompanied by the tunes of Mike Raznik, who has made music for BBC nature films such as Life or Our Planet, Earth 2.
AWAY: Survival Series will be released on PC, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on September 28, but will arrive on Xbox later. Thanks to Perp Games, it will also be a boxed release for PlayStation, and the proceeds from it will go to the Eden Reforestation Project – ecologists can plant two trees for every copy sold.
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