Developer Free Lives and publisher Devolver Digital have announced an upcoming “reverse city-builder [title] about ecosystem restoration,” Terra Nil.
This game consists of players tackling the monumental objective of rejuvenating the environment. Intricate tasks are parts of this experience, such as biodiversity cultivation, climate fixing, and full-on recycling of structures used throughout these goals.
Players must embrace their ambitious sides to truly bring this world back to life. Starting from the ground-up with developing a cleanly usable water system to soil purification is the bare minimum of what players will have to pursue in order to enact the ultimate goal of global environment recovery.
Restoration of various regions of the world will be the primary gameplay facet awaiting players with world traversal and unique challenges specific to each region, such as weather patterns being selling points. The maps will be beautifully hand-painted, with procedurally generated areas granting a standout experience like no other. A proclaimed “meditative soundtrack” and general audio design following this philosophy seek to make this title a soothing, calming time.
The title can currently be wishlisted on Steam, and a demo will be available for download on that same platform from June 16 onward.
You can view the reveal trailer for Terra Nil below:
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