Lost Ember Release Date Announcement Trailer

Mooneye Studios has released an announcement trailer for Lost Ember, and with it comes the release date for PC, November 22. Lost Ember is an animal exploration adventure that allows players to slip into the roles of different animals. Each animal you inhabit will provide you with a different perspective on the ancient world and help you uncover its history.

Post-apocalyptic paradise

There have been many post-apocalyptic games, where players fight to survive in a world all but destroyed by humanity. Lost Ember is almost the polar opposite of this sort of game. Mankind has fallen, but the post-apocalyptic world is a paradise. Nature and animals are thriving without humans there to devastate the planet.

Lost Ember Release Date Announcement Wolf

What would a world without humans look like?

You play a wolf with the power to inhabit and control the bodies of other animals. Together with your spirit companion, you’ll explore the lush world and experience the contrasting stories of the fall of man. Uncover the ruins of long-forgotten civilizations and ancient cultures that tell a story of hope, loss, ambition, and failure.

In Lost Ember, you can explore the land, sea, and air as you inhabit the bodies of over 12 different types of animals. Soar through gargantuan canyons as a parrot, tumble through the grass as a wombat, dig underground as a mole, or swim in shimmering lakes as a fish. Each animal offers a unique perspective on the past.

Lost Ember Release Date Parrot

Inhabit a bird and take to the open skies.

Your journey will take you through a range of diverse, breathtaking landscapes, from densely wooded jungles, to lush rain forest canopies, and on to barren desert plains. And, ultimately, you’ll discover the tale of the lost Yanrana culture. “A tale of loyalty, despair, and betrayal,” says the developer.

You can add Lost Ember to your Steam wishlist or preorder it from the game’s website.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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