Darwin Project is a new entry in the competitive survival genre, which is seeing massive growth on the backs of games like PUBG and the battle royale game mode. While there are certainly quickly made clones that copy the formula of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, some games are attempting to innovate at this early stage and Darwin Project is doing so by paying special care to the viewer aspect of the game. Competitive survival games are a treat to play and watch, and you can get a taste of this one more time before launch in its final open best test this weekend.
The Scavengers team has been steadily improving Darwin Project over multiple tests and this next one will be
In Darwin Project, players are tossed into the post-apocalyptic northern Canadian Rockies for a live-entertainment experiment that forces them to fight to the death in a snow-covered arena. Enemy players aren't your only adversaries, as you must work to survive the environmental conditions while tracking your fellow competitors.
Testing in January drew in over 80,000 players, but this one should draw an even bigger crowd with the interactive aspect coming to the Twitch viewing experience. The features were available in Mixer previously, but this beta weekend will be doubling the fun.