author: Krzysiek Kalwasinski
The Lost Wild Shows What Dinosaur Games Should Look Like
The Lost Wild has unveiled its first trailer. Disgruntled dinosaur fans have something to look forward to. This is what games featuring these reptiles should look like.
The Lost Wild made its presence known for the first time around last year. Back then, the developers published a short teaser and shared basic some information about their game. Now, thanks to a new trailer, we have a glimpse of what the gameplay is supposed to look like. We have to admit that it looks really good. You can find the footage below.
What immediately comes to mind is Alien: Isolation, which reminded everyone what a decent survival horror game should look like. There are not many truly successful games of this type, but polished games starring dinosaurs are even fewer. The work of Great Ape Games may turn out to be what long-waited for inconsolable enthusiasts of this theme..
Comparison to Alien does not appear by accident. The game developed by Creative Assembly was largely based on cat-and-mouse game. The creators of The Lost Wild similarly describe their own game on Steam. We are to be sent into the middle of the wilderness and discover the truth behind the place. The motive driving our actions will be the mysterious radio messages, which give a glimmer of hope that there is a chance to get out of this hopeless situation unscathed.
The main idea, therefore, is to be exploration, during which we will be accompanied by a perpetual sense of danger. At our disposal will be the ability to sneak and distract the enemies with various gadgets - such as flares. As a last resort, when all else fails, there will remain escape or an attempt at intimidation - for example, by using torches or makeshift weapons. The developers promise highly intelligent predators, designed to learn our tricks.
The exact release date of The Lost Wild has not been announced. We only know that the title will debut in 2024. At this point, the developers plan to release the game only on Steam.
- The Lost Wild - official website
- Great Ape Games - official website