GROUNDED: Obsidian Puts A Small Twist On The Survival Genre With Their New Xbox Game

GROUNDED: Obsidian Puts A Small Twist On The Survival Genre With Their New Xbox Game

GROUNDED: Obsidian Puts A Small Twist On The Survival Genre With Their New Xbox Game

Obsidian's new first-person, co-op survival game, Grounded, shrinks players down to the size of an ant and tasks them with surviving the wilds of a suburban backyard.

Ever wonder what it would be like to shrink down to the size of an ant? Wonder no more! During X019, Obsidian Entertainment gave gamers a first look at their first new game since joining the Xbox family, Grounded.

Grounded is a first-person, co-op survival game that has drawn hilarious comparisons to the classic movie, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids

In Grounded, players are shrunken to the size of an ant and tasked with surviving in the unique micro-world of a suburban backyard. Players must gather, craft and build bases with everyday objects found within the yard, searching for life-saving resources and living alongside giant, peaceful insects while fighting to survive massive hostile inhabitants.


Of course, Obsidian, makers of RPGs like Fallout: New Vegas and most recently The Outer Worlds, is known for their rich narrative in games. Staying true to their identity, Grounded is said to provide "a mix of environmental and narrative driven story telling." It doesn't sound like it'll be your typical storytelling we've seen in their RPGs, but rather emergent and player-driven as you explore this handcrafted sandbox structure.

Grounded will be playable either solo or in four-player cooperative multiplayer. The latter allows players to cooperatively work together to complete missions and explore the world.



Obsidian Entertainment announces Grounded, their new survival game with a small twist. Go big or never go home in Spring 2020. An Xbox Game Preview title built with community feedback and premiering on Xbox Game Pass for console and PC. 


Grounded will be released in Spring 202 and will premiere on Xbox Game Pass for console and PC.
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