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FAR: Lone Sails Gets New Gameplay Trailer

Upcoming PS4, Xbox One, and PC game FAR: Lone Sails looks atmospheric and mediative in new trailer.

August 14, 2017

Today, FAR: Lone Sails, a 2.5D vehicle adventure game being developed by Okomotive (part of Mr. Whale’s Game Service and published by Mixtvision, received a new gameplay trailer.

The new trailer notably features pre-alpha gameplay footage and gives a glimpse of the playable demo that will be available at Gamescom 2017 later this month.

FAR: Lone Sails is a vehicle adventure game that sees you traveling across and ocean turned desert following the tracks of a once flourishing civilization in an unlikely vehicle. Avoiding an array of roadblocks and hazardous weather, you soon find yourself on a journey with an unknown destination while the thought of whether or not you’re the last of your kind lingers.

Along the way to your answers, you will need to maintain your train-like vehicle by fueling it, maintaining it, and upgrading it, in order to make it across it across the desert devoid of life in front of you.

Unlike many post-apocalyptic games: there is no no violence, gore, or death. It’s merely you, your vessel, and a dried-up sea of nothing.

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FAR: Lone Sails is in development for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It is poised to ship sometime in Q1 2018. Below, you can check out the game’s latest trailer:

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