Lost Light – Official Overview Trailer

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  • IGN published this video item, entitled “Lost Light – Official Overview Trailer” – below is their description.

    Get a deep dive into this survival shooter mobile game, Lost Light, in this trailer including a look at armor, weapons, and more.

    In Lost Light, players join a task force and unveil the sinister plot behind the exclusion zone. Survive the brutal domain where humanity ceases to prevail, and danger lurks in every corner. The world of Lost Light abides by the rule of high risk-high return. You could either sneak your way around and scavenge for supplies or go out with guns blazing and plunder like a warlord.

    Lost Light is currently in soft launch in several regions including Australia and New Zealand and will come to more regions in the future.

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