Hello Games, the creators of No Man’s Sky, has revealed that The Last Campfire is coming to Steam subsequent month.
More particularly, the cozy puzzle sport will hit Steam on October 7. If you are not sure if The Last Campfire is for you, Hello Games is releasing a playable demo for the sport on October 1 as half of the Steam Next Fest.
“The Last Campfire was a labour of love for a small crew at the studio,” a press launch about the announcement reads. “We’ve been fortunate to have actually beautiful critiques throughout the board, and a bunch of awards and nominations. It appears to have struck an emotional chord with individuals as properly. Now, we’re lastly bringing it to Steam.”
The Last Campfire is already out there on Switch, Apple Arcade, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Epic Games Store and it has been out there on these platforms since final 12 months. With it having been launched on the Epic Games Store final 12 months, this Steam launch is not the first time PC gamers will get a probability to play the sport.
It is the first probability for many who want to make use of Steam when taking part in PC video games, nonetheless. The Last Campfire is best than it is ever been, too, thanks to a new update in April that brought a ton of new things with it. For starters, it added 20% extra puzzles to the sport in addition to the capability to replay any puzzle at any time.
The Last Campfire Screenshots
It additionally introduced a host of efficiency enhancements, a increased framerate cap, a number of quality-of-life enhancements, and controller and Mac help.
The Last Campfire was developed by a three-person crew inside Hello Games, which is sensible contemplating the studio’s No Man’s Sky is still regularly receiving updates. It’s a puzzle sport about a misplaced ember trapped in an unknown place working to seek out a method dwelling.
We reviewed The Last Campfire earlier this 12 months, giving it a 9 out of 10, and you may learn our full ideas on the sport in IGN’s The Last Campfire review. Check out this story about how Hello Games is working on a “huge, ambitious” new game after that.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance information author and information maker for IGN. You can observe him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.