Explore the Cursed Islands in Stranded Sails’ new TGS trailer

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News by Lindsay M.

The developers behind Stranded Sails — Explorers of the Cursed Islands must be exhausted, as they were on the floor at both Gamescom and PAX West. Now it’s time for the Tokyo Game Show, and that means a new trailer, a free prologue, and loads of information. The game shipwrecks players on a mysterious archipelago. You’ll need to farm, craft, cook, and explore with the end goal of building a boat and escaping with your crew.

To start things off, here’s a brand-spanking new TGS Trailer for Stranded Sails:

The islands are an open world to explore, be it by foot or boat. It isn’t all rainbows and butterflies, although the hidden treasures are nice; it turns out there are supernatural forces at play causing danger. You’ll have to farm and cook, enough to feed the entire crew, while experimenting with different ingredients to uncover new recipes. You’ll also oversee camp life, continuing to expand while you try to find an escape route.

But wait, there’s more! (I love feeling like an infomercial host.) Thanks to the game’s publisher, you can try a stand-alone prologue of the game for free. If Stranded Sails is up your alley, head to rokapublish’s website and sign up for the mailing list.

I don’t know about you, but I’m beyond excited to explore a variety of islands with a supernatural twist. And I won’t have to wait long, as Stranded Sails — Explorers of the Cursed Islands will be available in late October. There’s a variety of ways to play, as the game will launch digitally on PC via Steam (you can add it to your wishlist now), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There will also be a physical Signature Edition available for the Switch and PlayStation 4 versions of the game; each will include the physical game, an art card, numbered certificate, artbook, two enamel pins, a key ring, and a treasure map.

– Lindsay M.
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