An Atmospheric Vehicle Adventure

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Xbox & PS4 release coming 2018!

Trailer

News

Listen to Goran Saric talk about „Multi Scene Editing in Unity for „FAR: Lone Sails““ at the
Unite Europe Conference
in Amsterdam (Netherlands), June 28, 2017 / 3 pm

 

Play FAR: Lone Sails at the
Made with Unity Showcase @ Unite Europe Conference
in Amsterdam (Netherlands), June 27 – June 29, 2017
and the
Game Days @ Fest Anca Festival
in Zilina (Slovakia), June 30 – July 1, 2017

Story

Under cloud-strewn skies, the player travels across a seemingly endless dried-up sea, littered with the remains of a once vibrant seafaring civilization. The game’s world is largely devoid of life, yet filled with places to explore and history to discover.

What once was the bottom of an ocean, has turned into a graveyard for submarines and super tankers. Once bustling island settlements have decayed into hilltop ruins. What secrets do they hold? And more importantly… is there any salvage to be found?!

While the greater goal of the journey remains to be uncovered by the player, urgent short-term necessities call for immediate action. The train-like vehicle needs to be fueled, maintained and upgraded to master the challenges that lie ahead…

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Evan Lahti
PCGamer.com

This seems like it’ll be a roadtrip worth taking.

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Luke Plunkett
Kotaku.com

It looks like a beautiful little mix of exploration and survival… This is very much my jam.

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Thomas Faust
Indiegames.com

This atmospheric vehicle adventure looks absolutely fantastic.

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Anna Washenko
Mashable.com

Puts you in a meditative mindstate.

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Lucas Sullivan
Gamesradar.com

A surreal 2D game.

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Kyle LeClair
Hardcoregamer.com

The striking art style and clever dosage of 2D gameplay make a great first impression.

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Raymond Flotat
mxdwn.com

A wonderful surprise … we can’t wait to see it in its finished form.

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Jeffery Wright
Senshudo.tv

It’s a sad but sweet game that focuses on the journey rather than the finish line.

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Chris Priestman
Killscreen.com

FAR is a quiet game that occasionally gets vicious but through the implicit lessons of vehicle maintenance it prepares us for these more testing moments.

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