Since 2014, Bossa Studios has been working on their open world game Worlds Adrift, and it has made substantial progress ranging from its graphics to playable abilities. Having spent around four years in the making, Worlds Adrift has finally given fans the glimpse they’ve been craving to see.
The game has come a long way in its development, and the creators are elated to share their hard work with their followers. Worlds Adrift now has an adventurous setting where players can build bases, explore foreign lands, and will be able to swing freely along rocky cliffs. They encounter unique breeds of wild life and learn how to adapt to the primal lands, with the help of their futuristic technology.
Since the game is nearing completion, the developers have finally introduced the objective for players who wish to inhabit the barren lands. Explorers will be able to learn every crevasse of the abandoned world in hopes to reveal more information about its previous civilization. But Bossa hints that the lonely lands are best “left forgotten.” Of course, no game can allow such exploration without the capability of building the proper equipment. Players are encouraged to learn how the previous inhabitants survived in this world; which means educating themselves of the foreign construction of buildings, bases, aircrafts, and more. Worlds Adrift greatly brings to surface the natural human instinct to survive. In the game, their strongest means of transportation has been compromised and there is little hope for its repair. Now, players are tasked with the objective to befriend the enigmatic lands, utilizing its gifts of plant life, wild life, and terrains to their advantage.
Worlds Adrift is amazingly interactive from its genius take on maneuvering along rocky terrains to allowing players to team up and ensure their survival. Players have the world in their hands, all they need to do is discover it. The game is great for players who are looking for a challenging open world survival MMO. Worlds Adrift is available for early access on Steam.