Feral Blue — Early Access starts tomorrow

October 21, 2019  |  Feral Blue

Hi everyone,

We started thinking about how cool it would be to make a game with atypical post-apocalyptic setting many years ago (2011, scary to say). Back then we still relied on the Warband engine, released Blood and Gold: Caribbean! and other games. By the end of 2016 we got the very first demo called ‘Karabas’, which later on grew to become Feral Blue.

At first it was a turn-based strategy game with naval battles in real time – combination of our two main series (you could call it Caribeador). Here’s an archived gameplay footage from that build:

Three years later the concept became different. We moved away from the turn-based element, redid the faction list twice, changed the city building gameplay a few times and so on.

We have a little more than 24 hours left until our launch in Early Access – what would we like to say? As usual, we’re making a very difficult game. As always, not everything is going to work properly. We really hope for your support, your feedback and your participation in the project. We also suspect many of you would like to have blocking from Warband back – believe us, we do too. But for now there are many other cool things in the game that need more work. Stay tuned, we’ll share our creative plans in the near future.

Feral Blue releases into Steam’s Early Access tomorrow at a base price of $19,99. There will be a small discount at the start of sales, but if you happen to be a lucky owner of our previous pirate-themed game Blood & Gold, you should also receive a 15% discount coupon.

See you!