The game is a survival-based city builder that has you struggling to survive in the wilderness. There are no goals or objectives, just survive and build your settlement.
Settlement Survival, Gleamer Studio’s first game, will have its first public demo at the beginning of October, according to the publisher and developer. Players are tasked with guiding a group of survivors as they seek for a new home in this difficult city builder inspired by Banished.
Settlement Survival’s trial will be accessible as part of Steam Next Fest’s October edition, which runs from October 1 to October 7 and is expected to include a slew of playable demonstrations for future games.
Players will have to manage limited supplies and ensure their survivors have adequate resources by growing crops, capturing animals, and creating trading routes, despite the game’s low-poly look. According to the publisher, the following are some of the game’s features:
- Locate Your Residence. Choose where you want to construct your town, how you want it to look, and how it will be laid out and styled.
- Increase the size of your population. Recruit mayors to establish the tone of your community, construct homes, manage crime, and guarantee that future generations do not deplete your resources.
- Survive Natural Disasters Pay attention to the early warning signals, bunker down, and keep your people safe from harm, or you risk losing all you’ve worked so hard to achieve.
- Take a look at these unusual maps. Every encounter is unique and offers its own difficulties since each map is randomly created, right down to its resources and landmarks.
- Rare Blueprints may be found here. Rare blueprints provide strong effects, distinctive themes, and styles, allowing you to further personalize your colony after you’ve mastered trade.
- Currency and trade should be developed. Whether it’s trading high-value artwork, raw goods, or reopening the mint to establish a common currency, commerce is essential.
If you like the trial, you may purchase the game two weeks later, on October 15, when it is released on Steam Early Access. The game will cost $14.99 (or the equivalent in your area) and will be available for “at least six months” before being upgraded to the full version. The game’s Steam website has a comprehensive roadmap of what to anticipate during Early Access.
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