So now that the Linux icon is here on Steam, this prompted some investigation on SteamDB. Definitely some good news for the singleplayer survival and crafting game.
Players begin the game in a role of a plane crash survivor stranded somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. While facing terrifying encounters both above and below an endless environment.
Since you will come face to face with some of the most life threatening scenarios. These will also crop up in a different experience each time you play.
Stranded Deep – Steam Teaser Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
- Generate an Infinite Number of Procedural Worlds – Explore Pacific islands, reefs, and bottomless ocean trenches filled with biomes. Since no two worlds are the same. You can generate a completely new and randomized world at any time. You can mix your own maps created with the map editor in with the procedurally created maps in the world. Since this creates a more customized experience. If you feel like sharing, you can even share your world seed with other Linux players.
* Please note, currently the generated world size is limited to 6.25km2 but the final world size will be much larger.
- Dynamic Weather and Day-Night Cycle – Struggle to navigate stormy seas or enjoy basking with a coconut on a sunny afternoon.
- Unique Physically-based Crafting System – Harvest resources to create equipment by combining them together in the physical world – no crafting slots!
- Unique Physically-based Building System – Settle on an island and construct a shelter or venture the seas with your own built raft.
- Detailed Survival Aspects and Interaction – Manage your vitals of hunger, thirst, blood, and health against the harshness of mother nature.
- Random Loot and Collectables – Search sunken shipwrecks and islands for interesting and rare equipment.
- Hunting and fishing – Spear small animals in the shallows or risk the depths with a spear gun in search of larger meals. Starve an island of resources or maintain and manage its growth.
Stranded Deep the open world survival is now on Steam priced at $14.99 USD. Which of course also means support for Linux, Mac and Windows.