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Winter Survival’s release has been delayed

Winter Survival’s Early Access launch has been rescheduled to March 6th, 2024 in order to incorporate valuable feedback from players during Steam Next Fest. Although this plan remains unchanged, the addition of various difficulty options will allow survivalists to tailor the challenge to their preferences, enhancing accessibility.

Those who enjoy the hardcore mechanics can still put themselves to the test in higher difficulty modes. To provide a more fulfilling gameplay experience, the behavior of wolves will undergo revisions. These new implementations require additional time, leading to the difficult decision of postponing Winter Survival by one week.

In this game, players must rely on their skills and intelligence as inexperienced outdoorsmen to survive the harsh wilderness, battling both the elements and blood-thirsty predators, all while striving to find a way back to civilization.

Scavenging for materials is crucial for crafting tools, shelter, clothing, campfires, and more. Improvised weapons can be created to hunt wildlife or defend against aggressive packs of wolves, boars, and a ravenous bear.

Utilizing stealth and traps will help avoid dangerous situations and ensure survival for another day. The stress of isolation, starvation, and freezing temperatures takes a toll on the minds of survivalists, causing their sanity to deteriorate. It is essential to maintain mental stability in the face of the unknown, as nightmarish hallucinations may begin to manifest.

Winter Survival offers different modes to explore. In Story Mode, players can search for a path to civilization while uncovering the secrets of an abandoned town. Coldwave Mode presents escalating challenges in a freezing winter, while Endless Mode tests players’ endurance as they strive to survive for as long as possible. Winter Survival will be available on PC via Steam Early Access on Wednesday, March 6th, 2024, with plans for console versions in the future.

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