The Long Dark gets first gameplay footage

By Dave Owen, Monday, 7 October 2013 16:13 GMT

Hinterland has released the first gameplay footage for The Long Dark, its first-person snowbound survival sim. The video clip is narrated by Raphael van Lierop, and shows the different methods of survival against the game’s frozen settings, as well as how to battle wild animals such as wolves

The Long Dark is currently on Kickstarter, asking for $200,000 (CAD). At time of writing it’s on $116,973, with 8 days remaining. Hinterland is comprised of developers previously employed by Relic, Volition, Riot, and BioWare.

If all goes well, the first chapter of the game is due for release on PC, Mac, and Linux in October 2014

Thanks, Eurogamer.

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