tinyBuild announces Duckside, a persisent world survival game

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tinyBuild has announced Duckside, it’s a new persistent world survival game that is best compared to DayZ and Rust. You step into this large world ready to fight while wielding weapons and wearing hats as a Duck.

Duckside will feature PvE, PvP, base-building systems, and intuitive crafting and players can sign up for the Beta that will begin on April 18. If you’ve ever wanted to live life as a Duck in a world where they matter more than Humans, then this new game from tinyBuild might be just for you.

Here are some of the features in Duckside:

It’s a hard Duck life

Put those webbed feet to use or take flight across an expansive island, where valuable resources and treasures await any ducks fortunate enough to discover them. But remain vigilant, as both fellow player ducks and the featherless (who refer to themselves as “humans”) will stop at nothing to prevent you from laying your wings on any valuables at their expense.

Harvest resources, craft weapons and tools, and build shelters to protect your loot and your life.

How do Ducks even hold weapons and tools, you ask? Who cares? With a crafting system as deep and robust as this, they were wise to adapt, else they’d just be hanging around in pondsall day waiting to be added to that “10 million” statistic.

The sky(box) is the limit

Are you really a Duck if you can’t fly? No, you’re a penguin or something. So in order to fully immerse you in your role of a duck, we’ve introduced a groundbreaking player controller with sophisticated flight mechanics allowing you to glide, hover, accelerate and dive, even whilst shooting and fighting!

A world of fowl play

An alive Duck can keep his gear safe and his teammates alive. A dead duck however, is much less useful.
So get yourself equipped, build nests for safety, storage, survival, and strategic advantage, but be warned: nothing is truly safe. Every structure can be destroyed, every stash of loot raided, and every migration could end in death.

There’s no such thing as too many ducks

Play alone or create a flock with other ducks to build, explore, fight, and survive together. Ducks are fiercely territorial, so encounters with opposing ducks can and will often result in some feathers being ruffled. Not to mention all those “humans” stationed around the island that don’t seem to think it’s as fun being shot at by ducks as it is shooting ducks, you’ll need to deal with them too.

A release date for Duckside has not been revealed yet, but it seems to be only coming to Steam as of now.

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