It’s been a little over a year since we’ve heard from Hello Games in regards to their upcoming release, The Last Campfire. Offering a noticeably different experience from their previous game, No Man’s Sky, The Last Campfire will arrive on Nintendo Switch this Summer. What is it exactly? Here’s what we know.
Hello Games returns with update on The Last Campfire
The Last Campfire is the latest title from developer Hello Games. Included in the Nintendo Indie World Showcase, the latest trailer for The Last Campfire shows the game as a single-player adventure that boasts some creative puzzles for players to solve and charming characters to encounter.
As many have noted, The Last Campfire is very different from Hello Games’ previous title, No Man’s Sky. The Last Campfire is a little less ambitious, focusing more on an intimate experience rather than an epic space adventure. On the game’s Steam page, and on The Last Campfire website, a bit more information about the game is provided.
“DISCOVER A PURPOSE
The Last Campfire is an adventure, a story of a lost ember trapped in a puzzling place, searching for meaning and a way home.
ON A JOURNEY
Travel deeper into the lands beyond the dark forest and overcome the adversities before you.
UNCOVER A WORLD
Discover beautiful wilderness filled with lost folk, strange creatures and mysterious ruins.
LIGHT THE LAST CAMPFIRE
Find hope and carry it with you on your Journey to light The Last Campfire.
FROM A SMALL STUDIO
A unique tale from Hello Games and the creative minds behind LostWinds.”
In addition to releasing on Nintendo Switch later this Summer, The Last Campfire has also been confirmed for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. To keep up with updates including an official release date once it’s announced, you can wishlist The Last Campfire on Steam, and follow Hello Games on Twitter.
Looking at the new trailer for The Last Campfire, we’re eager to hear your reaction to the newest offering from Hello Games. Are you interested in playing the game? Are you happy or disappointed that it’s vastly different from No Man’s Sky? Comment below!Load Comments