PS4 New Game Unlocked: Here Comes 'Stranded Deep'! How to Play?

Stranded Deep is a first-person, open-world survival game launching on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Be the first one to survive the game!

The launch of Stranded Deep for PS4 and Xbox One was initially expected to release on 9th October 2018, but the shut down of Telltale Publishing, an American video game publishing firm, has delayed the release.

You'll experience insane encounters against sharks, huge squid and other sea animals. Defend against attacks on land from wild boar, snakes and other native threats. Beam Team Games, an Australian studio, is its developer. A new game has been recently unlocked on the gaming console. In addition, PS4 and XboxOne are getting access to the game today i.e. 21st of April 2020.

According to an announcement on PlayStation Blog and the game's official Twitter account, Beam Team Games' Stranded Deep will be available starting tomorrow, April 21 on PS4 gaming consoles.

Stranded Deep can be played as a local co-op multiplayer game with a split-screen on Steam, but the game is listed as a single player on the Xbox One website. Alone, without any means to call for help, you must do what you can to survive.

The early access version of the Stranded Deep has "mostly positive" reviews on Steam, with the most recent reviews being "very positive", and an overall score of 7/10. Stay sharp: hunger, thirst, and exposure conspire against you as you fearless treacherous elements and the risky creatures of the Pacific. "This is something players have not had the ability to do previously, so be the first!" This time around, PS4 players will now get to see their creation.

Now in Early Access on Steam for £10.99/$14.99, Stranded Deep will set you back £15.99/$19.99 on the PlayStation Store and £16.74/$19.99 via the Microsft Store for its Xbox One version. "We've been working on this game for over 5 years now, a couple of guys out of Brisbane that had jobs in other industries before, but we loved games and we wanted to build something we thought would be fun and people would like to play". Let us know what you make of the trailer below.

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