With the resounding success of Fortnite and PUBG, Battle Royale games have started becoming a heartthrob of many pro gamers and gaming enthusiasts. Darwin Project was one such, released during the Microsoft’s E3 2017 press conference, another Battle Royale game.
After being declared as a free-to-play battle royal game, the title still was to be heard nowhere as it has been in the Xbox Game Preview for a while now. Recently, its developers Scavenger Studio revealed its launch in January 2020. With more than 3.6M players of it on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview, the full released version would pave its way towards the much requested gaming platform, the PS4.
The game has a backdrop of a post-apocalyptic Canada where the advent of an ice age is being expected but suddenly there emerges a new project of half science experiment and half entertainment known as Darwin Project. It presents a challenge to its participants of surviving the bitterly cold weather and fight to the death in a hazardous, perilous and dangerous arena.
The game offers its players a competitive multiplayer TPP experience with a greater concern on survival. An equivalent concern is applied on the preparing traps and its management. But the game is even more complicated to understand from such blogs like, the player also has to track opponents, negotiate impermanent alliances at the same time till the sunrise and has to be the last one standing.