From driving across the Alaskan wilderness to the frontlines of World War I, to the iconic Mythbusters’ Hall and a planet of magical birdfolk, Movie Games presented a diverse lineup of upcoming games during Gamescom’s Future Games Show.
Alaskan Truck Simulator:
They’ve revealed the release window and target platforms for this unique mix of driving simulation and survival. Alaskan Truck Simulator is coming to PC first in Q1 2022, and to PS and Xbox later in 2022.
In the game you not only drive in a dynamic, interactive world inspired by real Alaskan locations. You also step out of the vehicle to live the life of a trucker! Prepare for long trips, take rests, visit stores, and maintain your truck in top condition. Do all of this in one of the harshest, yet most beautiful, environments on the planet. Full day/night cycle over all seasons included!
Platforms: PC, PlayStation, Xbox
War Hospital is a rare war game that celebrates life instead of glorifying death. It’s a society survival set at the French Front during World War I, where you build a facility to heal combat wounds while artillery shells explode ear-splittingly close. Use real WW1 equipment and see how your tools and methods evolve. Your choices will make a lasting impact.
War Hospital is being developed for PC, PlayStation and Xbox by Brave Lamb Studio, a company from the Movie Games Family.
MythBusters: The Game
In MythBusters: The Game, players turn popular real world myths inside out in order to confirm or bust them. Just like in the iconic show, you start with a blueprint. After you work it out, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and prepare the experiment! Wear your hard cap, because at this stage, everything can happen, explosions included. There’s also a management angle, where your goal is to please your audience and secure the budget for future episodes. You’re a MythBuster in front of and behind the camera!
In Scorchlands, your planet is dying. As the leader of a magical birdfolk, you have to terraform the land through powerful rituals. Transform biomes, build sprawling cities, play with laser-based logistics networks, and do everything in your power to restore your civilization.
In Scorchlands, you don’t have to rush. There’s no time limit. No enemy nipping at your heels. The game reacts to your decisions instantly. The pacing depends on you and you alone.