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BugSnax, A New Game Coming Up For PS4, PS5, PC and Mac


BugSnax, A New Game Coming Up For PS4, PS5, PC and Mac
I just came across this brand new game announcement this week from Young Horses, a new game development company based in Chicago, Illinois. Here's a new title that you should be interested in. In Bugsnax we will take you to a special journey, on a whimsical adventure to Snaktooth Island, home of the legendary half-bug half-snack creatures. Invited by intrepid explorer Elizabert Megafig, you arrive to discover your host nowhere to be found, her camp in shambles, and her followers scattered across the island alone... and hungry! It's up to you to solve the mysteries of Snaktooth Island: What happened to Lizbert? What are Bugsnax and where do they come from? But most of all, why do they taste SO GOOD?
BugSnax
Bugsnax will feature some great land where you will be able to explore, discover, hunt, and capture up to 100 different species of Bugsnax using a variety of contraptions and bait! Not only that, but you will be able to explore diverse biomes of Snaktooth Island to track down and reunite the inhabitants of Snaxburg. Plus you will be able to follow every lead and learn more about the Lizbert's band of misfits and I haven't talked about the mysteries of Snaktooth Island yet.
BugSnax new ps5 game
Bugsnax will be available for both Sony Playstation 4, also PS5 game consoles, but also this game will be available through the Epic Games Store for those who own a PC or Mac computers. The game should be available for all those platforms, but according to the Young Horses website, they expect the official launch to be in the last quarter of the year 2020 which means we will only be able to get it during the holidays season only. So until the official launch, you can still visit the BugSnaxwebsite for more upcoming events, or you can watch the following game trailer below. Happy BugSnaxing!


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