The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands is a strategy survival game developed and published by ‘Xigma‘. The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands is said to be coming out the 19th of august on the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One. It’s already out on pc and mac but off course never heard of it on those platforms. X35 Earthwalker will do a quick examination. Let’s take a look.
The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands drops players in a scenario where you have a small settlement. You obviously need to build and expand. This won’t be easy as there are dangers for sure. Things that can straight up kill you like raids from monsters. It’s about survival. Build, get resources, manage them well, make decisions or not. It’s up to you.
Decisions off course need to be made in The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands. Each decision is said to impact the survival of your people. For example money, would you rather get more farmers or more guards? If you have more farmers then that means more food for the people but if you have more guards then there’s better security and more safety for your people. So yeah, decide.
We checked out some The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands gameplay and it’s sort of what we expected. Reminds us of another game with a somewhat similar style. Over time you can tech up as in upgrade what you have. Eventually you can get your hands on more advanced crafting options, get more advance buildings and even trade with others. It’s a simple game, with somewhat simple style.
Overall The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands just seems like a casual game where you can chill and see clear progression. We see the strengths of The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands but also its weaknesses. This game needs to be deeper and have more going on to get our attention. We hear that there’s secrets of the ancients but still… not for us. The developers ‘Sigma games’ have done an alright job. We at X35 Earthwalker will have to hear what players concerning this game. Now The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands may have a bonfire but it’s too small for… the ‘Earth Walk!’
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