Publisher PlayWay SA (@Play_Way) and developers Space Boat Studios, Polyslash S.A., and Baked Games S.A. announced that Tribe: Primitive Builder, a new open-world game that combines elements of builders, city management, exploration, and survival, is coming to Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. The game releases this week on PC (Steam).
Tribe: Primitive Builder is an open-world title that focuses on a single-player experience, as the game is a mixture of several genres – while mainly a first person builder, the game focuses on managing and expanding a village. You’ll also find that there are plenty of mechanics around exploration, survival, hunting and crafting.
The gamers will get to play as the titular builder, who was sentenced to the Isle of the Banished, a place where different tribes live in the shadow of an ever-burning volcano. As the developers suggest, the story mode will be based on intriguing visions that emphasize the world of primal mysticism.
The Isle of the Banished has 4 distinct biomes. Each of these regions is a home of a different tribe. The player will get an arsenal of tools to play around with (a knife, an axe, a spear, and a pickaxe to name a few). While expanding the villages, there are 17 different types of buildings and 8 unique structures available in the story’s main missions. The progression is based on performing special rituals, which add up to a total of 28.
The developers estimate that the main story will take at least 30-35 hours to beat on average. Though exploring all the secrets of the island and fully developing each tribe will most likely take over 100 hours.
Tribe: Primitive Builder Features
an open world set in a primal wilderness;
building and management;
4 different tribes;
survival and crafting;
possibly over 100 hours of playtime;
Tribe: Primitive Builder will be available on PC (Steam) on October 12, 2023. The game will be released for Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 consoles later.