Far From Home has announced its debut game, Project Oxygen, aimed at next-gen consoles. In it, players will plunge into the role of a lone scientist and will explore the ecologically destroyed and evolved Earth after humanity was unable to prevent its own death.
The first-person game will allow you to dive deeper into this unique world. In addition, there is a strong emphasis on the elements of survival that will require you to regularly delve into the dangerous and unknown. Unfortunately, the developers have provided the public with only one conceptual image, which, however, allows you to evaluate the style of the future project.
Exploration, survival, and mission success will be strongly tied to a technologically advanced airbase that needs to be piloted, upgraded and tuned. This airship will become the main lifeline for players and a refuge in the inhospitable world raging below and around them. The mobile airbase will serve everyone: transport, life support system, storage, research laboratory, and shelter.
Project Oxygen is being created on the Unreal Engine and, as announced, will be released in 2021 on the next generation platforms: presumably, on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X. At launch, the game will be single-player, but over time the developers are planning to add a co-op mode.
Far From Home includes former Techland and CD Projekt RED employees who have worked on projects such as Dying Light, Dying Light 2, Dead Island, The Medium, Chernobylite, Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin 2. With a wealth of experience and talent, the team strives to create AA + games that revolve around meaningful and understandable topics.
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