The First 21 Minutes of Ashwalkers Gameplay

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Check out the first 21 minutes of gameplay for Ashwalkers, a narrative-driven journey of survival through a post-apocalyptic wasteland.

Ashwalkers is a narrative journey by Nameless XIII, a team mentored by Life is Strange Co-Creator Herve Bonin. You’ll have to contend with resource management, moral ambiguity, and painful decision making to reach one of the 34 possible endings.

Ashwalkers began as a student project and has grown to become the debut release from Nameless XIII, a new studio formed by Herve Bonin (former co-founder of Dontnod, co-creator of Life is Strange). Herve served as a mentor and producer for Ashwalkers’ seven-person development team.

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