The game will tell its story via environmental detail you’ll need to seek out for yourself; submerged cities, for example, will hold lots of secrets and information about the lost civilisation. It sounds like a fairly straightforward sequel, but we rather enjoyed the unique challenge of keeping that big ship moving, and this seems like a natural evolution. FAR: Changing Tides hits PS5 and PS4 on 1st March 2022. Will you be setting sail for this one? Tell us in the comments section below.
FAR: Lone Sails was quietly launched a few years back, giving a solitary, thoughtful experience in which you were responsible for driving a massive land vehicle through the landscape. Developer Okomotive is taking that premise and putting it to the test in FAR: Changing Tides. The game has now been confirmed for both the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, and if it’s anything like its predecessor, it’ll be a delightful little trip. You’ll be sailing across a post-apocalyptic world in a massive ship, as before, but this time you’ll be sailing into open waters. The vehicle can function as both a boat and a submarine, allowing you to explore both above and below the water’s surface.