Announced during State of Play, Away: The Survival Series is a game that puts you in the metaphorical shoes of a Sugar Glider, a member of the possum family. As such, we will be able to venture into the wilderness, on a journey during which we will encounter numerous other animal creatures.
Set in a distant future, Away takes you on the adventures of the Sugar Glider. It's inspired by nature documentaries, and will feature similar narration to convey its story. By far, the scariest moment shown in the trailer has to be the spider at the end, so if you have arachnophobia like me, prepare yourself.
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As for the developers, they're a new studio that has been working on Away: The Survival Series for the last three years.
It's in development at Breaking Walls, whose site suggests we'll only be playing as the Sugar Glider, which has the crustacean fans on the team very upset. Raznick is known for his work on documentaries such as Planet Earth II. Favorite games include Ace Combat 5, Perfect Dark, Final Fantasy IX, Metro 2033, and MonsterBag. Also loves books and can be found face first in one all the time.