Cendres changes title to Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey, launches in April

Demo for post-apocalyptic survival game available from February 3 to 9.

Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey

Post-apocalyptic narrative survival game Cendres: A Survival Journey has changed title to Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey and launch for PC via Steam in April, publisher Dear Villagers and developer Nameless XIII announced.

A demo for Ashwalkers: A Survival Journey featuring the first area of the game will be available during the Steam Spring Festival from February 3 to 9.

Here is an overview of the game, via Dear Villagers:

About

A survival journey through a harsh world without rules or judgement, only the player’s choices matter in the face of moral dilemmas. They’ll have to manage the party’s food and equipment and find their way through a dynamic narrative survival sim with 34 possible endings.

Set 200 years after the first geological disasters a group of survivors called The Section set out into a ravaged world. Their goal is to find a safe haven to their people, but to reach it they face a post-apocalyptic wasteland full of complex moral dilemmas. Get to know the intimate dynamics, relationships and tensions between the brave captain of the group Petra, the pragmatic fighter Sinh, the young optimistic scholar Kali and the cautious scout Nadir as you travel the end of the world.

Key Features

  • Make meaningful and difficult decisions in complex moral dilemmas.
  • Discover a new path each time you play depending on your choice.
  • 34 different endings.
  • Get to know the group of four distinct characters.
  • Manage your food, equipment and medication and protect the group from madness and despair.
  • Travel and learn about this hostile world destroyed by a volcanic apocalypse.
  • Seek and harvest vital resources in the wild.
  • Overcome obstacles, violent encounters and the deadly climate on your journey.

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