Independent developers Xigma games are excited to share the news that their new town building survival game, The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is coming to both Steam and iOS this month.
The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is a stand-alone sequel to the popular award-winning survival game The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands, which released in 2018. The game will release on iOS on the 20th of August and Steam on the 21st of August.
The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores puts you into a procedurally generated map, where you’ll need to explore both land and sea to find resources and build your community. Exploration of the uncharted lands is key to your progress in the game; you’ll find new cities to trade with, new dungeons to explore, and new shiny loot to collect.
At night, things get a little darker when gameplay becomes more survival orientated, with ghastly beast looking to visit your town. Effective management of your workers and community, as well as the organisation of your defences, are the key to surviving.
Every member of your growing community is as unique as the lands you’ll be exploring, as they each come with their own set of generated stats, from strength to agility. Managing your community and tending to their needs, such as hunger and health is vital to aid them in levelling up. As your ‘army’ levels up you’ll be able to craft and equipped new armour and weapons, allowing you to explore the further reaches of the uncharted shores.
Developers Xigma Games have announced they will be supporting the game post-launch with a variety of updates and new content releases, including new activities, new dungeons, and new loot.
The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is featuring as part of Gamescom online. During the online event of Europe’s largest game show, taking place between 27th August and 30th August, you’ll be able to try the game for free through a timed demo.
At launch, the game will be priced at $4.99 on iOS devices and $11.99 on Steam. To keep up to date with the launch of The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores you can follow the developers on social media here.