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This Dead Winter is a dark fantasy adventure game, set in ancient woodland gripped by an enduring winter. You’re one of the few remaining animals left, a bright red fox. Your cub mysteriously taken you embark on a journey through the ruins of a lost civilization and into the heart of an otherworldly forest to get her back.
Search for your lost cub alone, or gain the help of a foxy friend if the multiplayer stretch goal is achieved. If funding is successful This Dead Winter will be scheduled to launch on Windows PC – Q4 2020. The world of This Dead Winter has been described as hauntingly beautiful. Completely handcrafted, every asset in the game made from scratch for this unique world.
Varied and obsessively detailed, there’s something to discover around every corner. The core of the game takes place in a mysterious hanging valley – you’ve lived in the shadow of the valley your whole life until you’re forced to travel to this strange place when your cub is taken to the heart of the forest that grows there.
I want you to feel part of the discovery of this seemingly ever-changing world. Featuring dynamic season changing, a metroidvania inspired world layout, secret areas and collectables. Continuously branch out and visit new places at your own pace in the valley, there will be no rush or timer placed on your discovery of this land.
As of September 26th, this project has raised $13,000 of their $38,364 goal. This project has 29 days left to raise the $38,364 or it will not be funded. For a pledge of $2, you will get game updates. For a pledge of $19, you will get a digital copy of the game. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robertpotter/this-dead-winter?
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