No Man's Sky developer announces new game: The Last Campfire

Hello Games, the developer behind the infamous No Man’s Sky, announced its new game at The Game Awards today. The Last Campfire is a “Hello Games Short,” per Sean Murray, the studio’s director.

Its short trailer, seen above, leaves much to be interpreted by the viewer; it’s not clear what the game is about or what its gameplay will be like, but it certainly looks interesting – much like No Man’s Sky did with its original announcement.

A release date is unknown at the moment, but here’s how Hello Games describes the game:

The Last Campfire is an adventure, a story of a lost Ember trapped in a puzzling place, searching for meaning and a way home. Together you will discover a beautiful wilderness filled with lost folk, strange creatures, and mysterious ruins.

The Last Campfire will certainly be coming to the PC, as it has a Steam page, but details about what – if any – other platforms it will come for remain unknown, for the moment. A release is expected for 2019, though, so the game isn’t too far away.

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