CrossWorlds: Escape is a hardcore game in which you will have to deploy all your skills to survive in a huge open world that is susceptible to changes in weather, seasons and various natural phenomena. You have to start from scratch, supplying yourself with food, tools, clothing and shelter. You need to protect yourself against enemies who may turn out to be stronger than you, and you have to prepare for winter and summer. As you do all these, it would be quite good to at the same time look for a way to get out of this strange world where you happened to be against your will.
- A 64 km2 game world, which you can explore without any restrictions
- Various biomes willing to share their wealth ... if you can cope with their inhabitants
- Enemies – both those that got trapped in this world against their will and the indigenous inhabitants with advanced intelligence, ready to call their friends to gladly kill you if they can’t do so alone. But if they can’t kill you with friends, they will play dirty tricks on you and crush your temporary shelter
- A construction and crafting system you can use to acquire strength, new clothes, armor and weapons. This system will force you to visit the most remote corners of the world, destroy already endangered species, explore the dark and inhospitable caves, where you will be seen as enemy number one
- Deadly creatures with immeasurable levels of strength. You will have to find or summon them, and then win them, to get out of this world. But if you don't hurry up, they may get bored and will come to you by themselves at the wrong time
- Severe and deadly magic that changes the laws of nature, gives enormous power, but demands long and difficult preparation and unreasonably huge cost in exchange
- A cooperative of 2 people will increase your chances of survival and successful search for a way out of the CrossWorlds
Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then you should wait to see if the game progresses further in development.