Lost Ember, animal exploration – Still Brewing
What Do We Know So Far?
Who are behind Lost Ember?
Lost Ember is being developed by the team at Mooneye Studios. Mooneye are also handling publishing duties for their dream project.
What kind of game is it?
Lost Ember is going to be a story-driven, animal exploration adventure game. The game gives you control of a wolf to explore a majestic world. But not all areas of the world are accessible to the wolf so it will need to use its unique ability to inhabit other creatures to traverse the wide world.
Where will we find it?
Lost Ember will be coming to PC (Steam and GOG), PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Giving you a lot of options for these animals to call home.
When can we get it?
The game is slated for release on the 22nd of November for PC and most consoles, Nintendo Switch port will be made available at a later date. Wishlisting is already available on Steam, links will be provided below.
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Based on the concept art and available trailers, Lost Ember is set to be an absolutely gorgeous game. With a plethora of animals to meet and control, including birds for flight, fish for swimming, moles for underground exploration and even Yak for destroying objects.
The game looks like it will contain a fair bit of content, with a wide world for the animals to live in. The world also once hosted a now-lost civilization. With the powers of the animals, you can uncover the mystery of these lost people.
The Lost Ember team boasts some AAA talent, featuring Music and Sound by, Craig Conner, Music Director for the entire GTA series and more, and Will Morton, former Dialogue Supervisor & Senior Sound Designer at Rockstar North.
We here at Sip Read Repeat hope to bring you a full review when we can. Check back later and keep gaming and drinking (coffee).
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