Endzone: A World Apart
A new trailer for Endzone: A World Apart shows us how the weather will drastically affect the world of Endzone: A World Apart continuously
In an interesting update for the upcoming Endzone: A World Apart, it looks like this upcoming survival base-management game will have all kinds of environmental issues we will need to watch out for. Similar to other city-simulator titles out there, but with more in terms of weather and various other effects out there. In the latest trailer, we get to see just how droughts and sandstorms will destroy our progress in Endzone and in term add up some fun new challenges to overcome. If that is something that you will desperately be looking for in an end-of-the-world type of game as we have here.
As one would assume, both of these events will alter the environment in Endzone as well as some of the opposites of it all. Heat and humidity will be a thing in the game, but when things shift and water is gone, we will need to make sure we keep the soil wet and irrigated. Something that could be easy if we have a lake nearby that has not dried up in the mix of it all. That is something that can happen to the lands too and will require us to build more wells to pull from. All to be sure that, if the land dries out too much, we will be able to wait out the building destruction a sandstorm brings in Endzone. You know, the way it would normally be in the real world but with slightly fewer hardships mixed in.
Endzone: A World Apart — Drought & Sandstorm
The new trailer explores the skills one must master in order to survive Endzone’s environmental calamities ranging from brutal sandstorms to blistering drought. Of course, each problem comes with its own unique solution, but the challenge lies in your decision making…will you risk your colony’s water supply for the good of your crops? Will community morale deteriorate with a lack of food? Can the infrastructure of your civilization withstand a radiation-contaminated sandstorm, and is your community prepared to rebuild at a moment’s notice?
How do you feel about these features coming to Endzone and will it enrich your gaming experience? Do you think that we will see more just like this in the way of wildfires and hurricanes or will this be it? Will the radiation the sandstorms bring received at all or will they just stick around and force a settlement to move in the game? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. For more on Endzone: A World Apart, be sure to keep checking in here. We will keep all of the updates flowing out there for you all and you will not want to miss out.