Far: Lone Sails follow-up Changing Tides is a post-apocalyptic adventure across the waves


Coming to PC and consoles later this year.

Developer Okomotive has revealed Far: Changing Tides, the follow-up to its acclaimed post-apocalyptic vehicle adventure Far: Lone Sails, which is out on PC and consoles later this year.

Changing Tides sends players on a fresh bout of genteel side-scrolling vehicular management. This time, however, instead of embarking on a tank-y trundle across a dried-out ocean, they’ll be following the horizon for some boat-based adventure above and beneath the waves.

“Set sail and discover the wonders of a flooded world filled with mystery,” explains Okomotive. “Traverse the ruins of a once great society and use the pieces from its past to build a brighter future. Dive into unknown depths on the hunt for precious fuel and salvage, devise innovative solutions to overcome intricate obstacles, and unearth forgotten relics lost to time.”

Far: Changing Tides – Announcement Trailer.

Okomotive calls Changing Tides a “relaxing, accessible and meditative adventure”, and it’s one that’ll take players across the same post-apocalyptic world introduced Lone Sails, this time passing through “bleak shorelines lapped by tides”, “desolate basins in flooded forest valleys”, and “submerged enclaves frozen in time”.

Eurogamer contributor Edwin Evans-Thirlwell liked the original Far enough to award it a Recommended badge in his review, calling it a “mournful yet bright and enormously warm-hearted adventure with a novel landship mechanic, sublime backdrops and a brilliant score.”

Hopefully Changing Tides will similarly impress when it comes to Switch, PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in “late 2021”.





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