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Fallout, Minecraft, and Assassin's Creed Black Flag collide in wild new RPG

Ewan Moore

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Fallout, Minecraft, and Assassin's Creed Black Flag collide in wild new RPG

Featured Image Credit: Three Whales Studio

I'm gonna be honest with you and say I'm a sucker for any video game that lets me explore the high seas. The Wind Waker is my favourite Zelda game, I think Black Flag is the best Assassin's Creed, and Sea Of Thieves is a dream come true.

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Now that you know this about me I feel like we're closer than ever, which is why I know you know how excited I'll be to play Age Of Water, a new game that looks like an amazing blend of Fallout and Minecraft, with just a dash of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.

Take a look at Age Of Water in action below!

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As per the Steam description: "Age of Water is a new online adventure game set on a post-apocalyptic Earth completely covered in water. Sail through storms, fight and trade, capture other people's boats or build your own, extract resources from the bottom of the ocean, reveal the secrets of the Age of Water world."

So in many ways it's Waterworld: The Video Game. But given I know the average age of GAMINGbible readers, I'm not referencing a cult 1995 movie is the quickest way to your hearts. So for the sake of argument, it's a watery Fallout.

Age Of Water promises a vast open world you can explore alone or with friends. There are settlements to meet, bases to build, and hundreds of unique ships you can fully customise as you set out across the waves. It looks like fantastic fun whether you decide to go it alone or find some friends to share in the adventure. Developer Three Whales Studio is currently aiming for a 'Q1 2024' release, so hopefully we'll be seeing it sooner rather than later. We'll be sure to update you as we learn more, of course.

Topics: Steam, Fallout, Minecraft, Assassins Creed

Ewan Moore
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