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Future Unfolding

Rating Summary

Based on 10 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

73

Top Critic Average

44%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 16, 2017
PCMar 15, 2017

Developer: Spaces of Play UG

Genre: Adventure

Future Unfolding is an action adventure that is all about exploration. Your goal is to unfold the mysteries and secrets hidden in the beautiful landscapes around you. There are no tutorials, and no one is telling you what to do. You discover the surreal, dream-like world and everything you can do in it yourself while you play. During your journey you encounter different types of wild animals. Some of them are friendly and help you to solve puzzles that open up new areas. Other animals are dangerous — deadly, even. You need to avoid them, or find ways to turn them into friendly creatures. You can leave the beaten path at any time and hunt down secrets in the forgotten woods. Or go explore in hidden caves. It’s okay to get lost — a detailed auto-map helps you to orient yourself. Over time you map out more and more of the vast environments. There is always a way out. But where to go after?

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Future Unfolding Reviews

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TheSixthAxis

Steve C
8 / 10
TheSixthAxis

Future Unfolding doesn't compete with the open world delights of this season's big hitters like Horizon: Zero Dawn or The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but instead offers a wonderfully relaxed and immersive combat-free alternative. It's a safari rather than a big game hunt, but one that deserves to be explored.

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Future Unfolding is a game with a very beautiful artistic style, but its almost non-existent gameplay makes it a very dull and monotone game.

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There is no ‘best way’ to play this, other than in a quiet room with your headphones firmly in place and nothing to distract you.

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I'm not sure how to sum this up for a review, truth be told. I have notes written from early on when I was brimming over with excitement and wonder and I'm pulling them together having lost that sense of connection with the game in its later stages. I think I would have felt differently if I'd played as a non-reviewer and walked away when I felt that interest wane instead of ploughing onward.

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