If you are drawn to nature and find yourself alone in front of nature like you care about Bear Grylls, Open country could keep you busy. If you know how to combine adventure, exploration, and crafting, the first thing you must do is survive and do whatever it takes.
Fun Labs promises us three gigantic maps linked to different biomes and seasons from the time their title is published. In addition to hunting or fishing for food, you will need to build shelter if you plan to stay the night. In addition to defending against potential predators and surveying forests, over time you will be given opportunities to improve your crafting skills as well as your hunting skills.
Are you not a fan of hiking? No problem. The studio has it all planned and you will have quads, snowmobiles and boats available to cover greater d istances. There is a downside, however: these machines make noise and risk scaring wildlife by alerting them to your presence. So don’t expect a good moose steak for dinner when you plunge into the plain at full speed at 4 × 4!
Fortunately, you can count on your loyal four-legged companion to assist you in your explorations and in your search for food. But don’t assume that you have nothing else to do. Quests are at your disposal to encourage you to further explore the many secrets that are scattered across the different maps in the game.
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The icing on the cake, two cooperative modes are on the program. One allows two players to survive together, or the other puts you in a competition to complete a series of goals. Interesting merger between a call of the Wild in the hunting / environmental aspect and a Stranded deep for the craft / survival side, Open country has every chance to find his audience quickly.