As you know, we love it when a game manages take us on a memorable journey, when it allows us to explore new sensations and discover something new. Eastshade might very well be one of these games. We were just contacted by Danny Weinbaum, who used to work as a 3d artist at Sucker Punch (inFamous: Second Son) and we were immediately intrigued by his studio's first title. You'll play the role of a painter who will be able to compose his own paintings anywhere in the world, interact with the people he will come across and craft various things in order to overcome obstacles. Apparently, your choices and actions will have an impact on the world and you'll have to take responsibility for your behavior somehow. The game has been announced on PC for an early 2017 release but more systems are planned already. Trailer and images inside.
You are a traveling painter, exploring the island of Eastshade. Capture the world on canvas using your artist’s easel. Talk to the inhabitants to learn about their lives. Make friends and help those in need. Discover mysteries and uncover secrets about the land. Surmount natural impasses to reach forgotten places. Experience how your actions impact the world around you.
instead of completely optional collectibles we're forced to put up with their survival systems that affect every facet of the game...yeah, give me backpacks any day of the week! lol (1 Hour ago)
anyways,the game having the MP3's shooting mechanics, dismemberment and varied random encounters/side missions is all i needed to know. (3 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: i heard about having to collect dinosaur bones in rdr2 this time ahah. I hope there is a little story about these. (3 Hours ago)
I won't have time to collect bullshit, I'll be too busy caring for my lovely horse. (7 Hours ago)
@AMDman18: I think he's right about that, I was playing this on console and didn't see any. (7 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: That sounds odd. Pretty sure the other titles had blood effects from gunshots. You playing on PC or console? (8 Hours ago)
Rockstar invented collecting bullshit in open world games. I'm sure there will be plenty of things to collect. (8 Hours ago)