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Darwin Project In Darwin Project, ten inmates must survive the elements, track each other, fight, craft tools, and use their social skills to be the last one standing. It's a unique take on battle royale with a Show Director to influence the match and Spectator Interactions to create a one-of-a-kind game show.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 75 / 100
User rating
Downloads 72
Genre Action, General
Players Online Multiplayer
Company / Developer
Scavengers Studio / Scavengers Studio
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Darwin Project reviews ( 4 )

Celsius91, Jan 17, 2020

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Shperax, Jan 20, 2018

AMAZING. This game is going to change Battle Royal as we know it. There is so much that makes this game good its nearly impossible to explain it to people. You need to play this game. The only issue i can see in the future is that without Battleye anti cheat support the game will be over run with cheaters (aimbots) and that will lead to its destruction. The shooting mechanics are VERY skill based and this will lead to a massive influx of people wanting aimbots. In its current state of Beta I give this 9/10. When they release the full game with custom matches and teams its a for sure 10/10. This easily has the potential to be a massive e-sports game. Wow I just can't believe it. Very exciting times to be gaming right now.

vahn, Jan 15, 2020

Rather than a Battle Royale, this game is more like a regular deathmatch game with survival elements and it's not a bad thing at all! I'm not a huge fan of BR to begin with - I only really ever played Apex Legends and SOME fortnite before getting bored - but this game surprised at how simple and yet so complex it can be. For starters, the game matches have only 10 players plus the announcer if there is one (more to that later) and the game is split into 7 areas where players will randomly spawn, rather than drop by from the sky. Once the game started your focus is to kill the other enemies...before the cold kills you. This is where the survival mechanics come in: you can gather wood and leather and they're required to make everything you need, from arrows for your bows to upgrades to your coat to help to reduce the cold, including enough wood to make a fire. The game has no guns: you have a bow and an axe while the rest is meant to be taken from the ground. On top of that the cold is your enemy and to avoid dying from it you have to put up a fire that will reveal your position and can potentially get you killed. And even then, enemies can still track you down if they scout the places you've looted which means there's always some tension behind, whether from the cold, scavenging, or running away from another player. Another feature that makes the game very fun is how the arena is split into 7 hexagons and instead of a ring that shrinks now and then you can get a random area being denied after several seconds: this makes the overall game much easier to breathe and it gives a lot of time to search before going away...however the electronics will force players to eventually go an area and retrieve it since electronics are the only method to obtain extra skills. Said extra skills are chosen before a match via a proper skill selector which allows you to choose all sorts of varieties of upgrades and the skills you need, from invisibility to jump higher or glide, etc. And last but not least, the announcer is probably the funniest thing you can do: it's essentially an eleventh player who doesn't play the game but instead affects the game itself by making decisions, such as giving items to a player to help him out or deciding which area to eliminate or to ask players to talk if they want rewards. I didn't get many matches with an announcer but when I did it was always fun because it forced players to either play along or be punished. Bottom line, this game is very fun, much smaller in scale and simpler in terms of mechanics but there's a lot of fun to be had. I played it while in beta and i was really enjoying and now that it's released I highly recommend to give it a shot.

TotalyNormalGuy, Apr 29, 2020

Cool unique take on a battle royale that I really enjoy, but gets a bit old after a few games. I honestly can't bring myself to play another battle royale match anymore so that has influenced my review.