Adello is continuing the game overview. Today we have Project Winter on our agenda. Project Winter is a multiplayer game for 8 players, based on two teams - traitors and survival.
Project Winter did a good job of taking the fundamentals of "Among us" and expanding it with more refined gameplay,
diverse roles, and giving survivors the tools to survive.
The aim of od survival is the following: a team of several people has to find a way to survive by gathering resources, repairing buildings, and calling for rescue vehicles. Just beware that there are traitors within the group working to sabotage any chances of survivors getting out alive.
The gameplay of Project Winter is quite interesting. Survivors have three main items: tools for extraction, tools for repair, and weapons. The additional tools include: a campfire kit, radio or walkie-talkie, trap disarming kit, energy drink, vodka, can-shaped stimulant, flare, stretch, quick trap removal kit, poison, and backpack.
There can be a total of 4 or 5 items in the inventory, along with a backpack. There are also bunkers in the game that are used as storage buildings scattered all over the map.
The player can communicate with other game characters, however, they will only hear each other at a small distance. The further you are from each other, the quieter your voice is. Also, in the game there are 3 types of radios, each gives the opportunity to communicate with the carriers of the same radio for an unlimited distance.
Graphics and design are very pleasing to the eye. The music that accompanies you throughout the game is very pleasant and does not get monotoned, which allows the player to focus on the game. The sound effects of snowstorms or footsteps in the snow will help the player to immerse in a special atmosphere.
Gamers can customize their character. The skins are obtained from the cases, which are purchased for in-game currency.