Worlds Adrift is shaping up to be quite the looker. An MMO sandbox game in development by Bossa Studios, the game offers a persistent universe made up of floating islands able to be altered by player actions.
Bossa released a new trailer showing off some of those vistas, as well as features such as the ability for players to build their own islands using the game's creation tool. "Those who have the tool installed can also check out other players’ islands and vote for their favorites, which will help determine which player creations will be used in the final game," a Boss representative said. "Even if you don’t feel like creating your own island you can hop on to any of the 1000 creations, using the free tool, and explore and swing your way around them."
Worlds Adrift is a looker, but it's got a deep personality, too. Islands hold remnants of long-lost civilizations that players can compare to piece together lore, and real-time physics that facilitates the world's pliability.
Worlds Adrift was announced back in 2014, and will be released later this year on Steam.