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Survivors, Adventurers, Explorers! This post in our developer's blog is about your place in the food chain of the Bermuda triangle...

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Beware of the tigers!

The reefs of Bermuda are very populated. You will encounter a lot of different corals, small colorful fish, rays, different species of sharks and more. Most of the time you can dive safely and enjoy exploring the environment, but always keep one eye on the wildlife’s behavior. You better not be between a shark and its prey. Also, your actions and changes you make to the environment can change the strategy and behavior of some animals as they try to adapt.

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Open World

Bermuda – Lost Survival plays in an open world sea scenario containing sectors with different reefs and individual resources. Since a sector never contains all resources, you must plan strategic outposts and optimize your crafting chains and travel routes.

Dynamic Ecosystem

Each reef in the game has an individual ecosystem that is affected by your actions. Observe the wildlife’s reaction and keep the natural balance as your life depends on the reefs natural supplies!

Progressive Gameplay

As you progress further, the game focus will shift: Crafting and building plays a very important role in the beginning. Your next step will be to explore deeper waters and find out about Bermuda’s myth. But your activities in the depths will not stay unnoticed!

Exploration

Upgrade your equipment and prepare for the depths! Visit impressive wrecks and ancient structures. Search them for unique artifacts and hints that might lead you to the myth of the Bermuda Triangle.

Late Game

After drawing too much attention, a hostile faction guarding Bermuda’s secret will find you.
Take action and fight for your survival!

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