What is the world going to appear to be in six years? It’s arduous to say. I’m fairly certain no one had “global pandemic” on their bingo playing cards again in 2016, and the entire normal crappiness of the final two years makes predicting 2028 a fairly scary ordeal.
For the protagonist of I’m Future, although, he is surprisingly unbothered about being by chance unleashed from a pod following a six-year slumber. Six years, six months and 5 days to be actual. I assume his unperturbed perspective has one thing to do with the very fact he is probably already seen some unhealthy stuff, judging by his mechanical arm. He’s positively much more chill than I’d be, anyway. As he enthusiastically proclaims within the trailer, proven on the PC Gaming Show: “I have no idea where the hell I am but damn, this place is gorgeous.”
Gorgeous is correct. The aptly-named Eden appears to be years past containing any civilisation. Skyscrapers and yachts have change into nature’s playground, whereas water floods areas as soon as liable to heavy footfall. Vines wrap their manner round pipes whereas grass and timber develop at their ft. It could also be a post-apocalyptic panorama, nevertheless it’s a somewhat fairly one.
I’m Future would not need to you bitterly survive, it desires you to thrive. Enjoy the shortage of capitalism: no company life-style, no grindset, no one to reply to. No dwelling in poverty as you watch the wealthy get richer. Take what’s left of the artifical land and make it your personal, man. You’ll be turning the rooftop you wakened on into a comfy house and useful base. It seems like your mechanical arm can handily (no pun meant, sorry) rework into instruments too, with the trailer displaying our joyful protagonist with a round noticed arm hacking away at some lumber.
If the trailer’s something to go by, you may additionally be capable to fish within the flooded waters surrounding your new house and finally construct or recruit little robotic helpers to deal with a few of the busy work and supply a little bit of social interplay. There’s an cute farmer bot full with a straw hat and even a drone to zip round and full duties for you. Doesn’t sound like a half-bad life eh?
Of course, establishing a comfy little life on an deserted roof dozens of years after civilisation collapsed was by no means going to be all sunshine and rainbows. There is probably not people ruining the whole lot, however apocalypses have a humorous manner of bringing about new risks which have in all probability by no means been seen earlier than. Make your veranda paradise cute, however possibly whack a number of defence mechanisms up too. Just in case.
There’s additionally the entire thing of how our man even ended up in a pod on a rooftop within the first place. I Am Future guarantees to have the solutions as you regularly discover town ruins and uncover the mysteries of how Eden ended up like this, the way you ended up right here, and the way the entire thing ties collectively.
It seems to be a incredible twist on the survival style, although I’m certain it isn’t with out its ominous rumblings relating to world risks and the backstory behind the protagonist and Eden itself. I Am Future releases on Steam later this 12 months, and you’ll wishlist it right away.