New Frontier is a multiplayer sandbox game where players are free to move around the open world, build houses and hunt each other down. The game is very similar to RUST. Here, too, you'll have to mine resources, complete quests, unlock new recipes, and constantly fight off other cowboys. New...
New Frontier is a multiplayer sandbox game where players are free to move around the open world, build houses and hunt each other down. The game is very similar to RUST. Here, too, you'll have to mine resources, complete quests, unlock new recipes, and constantly fight off other cowboys.
New Frontier is an open-world survival sandbox with a wild west atmosphere. And the world is so open that the gameplay pushes him to explore it. For example, to quickly level up it is enough just to travel a little. For the opening of new locations, you will be given 250 experiences.
At the beginning of the game, you can create a character, customize his appearance in detail and choose clothing for every taste. Then our hero is in the open world on the server for 100 people online and is free to do anything you want.
The main indicator is health. When it runs out, the hero dies. Protection reduces the damage he receives.
Buy a piece of equipment and weapons can also be from NPC in the trade zones. However, at night playing time, they are closed and become available again only at 6 am. Currency is the usual American dollar.
To go in search of resources, you must first call the horse. When the hero blows his whistle the horse will jump at the call and you can go get resources.
There are quite a few resources in New Frontier. As the game progresses their deposits will be mapped. To extract resources use tools: pickaxe, ax, shovel. A lot of useful things can be found in abandoned houses and camps that are scattered around the map. Interestingly, gold can be mined not only with a pickaxe but also with a special washer from the ponds.
You can also hunt animals and monsters in New Frontier. You can find deer, bears, wolves, and strange humanoid mutants on the map. When shooting off them on horseback, you unwittingly recall the gameplay of Mount & Blade: Warband. The mechanics of riding on horseback is similar. If the mutants do catch up with you and murder you, the place of death will be a grave with things, which you can "knock over". And yes, in New Frontier you lose things when you die.
Once you've built a house, you'll be able to farm, among other things. All you have to do is set up some seedbeds and then plant vegetables and fruit bushes. Very soon they will give a harvest, and you will be able to cook food using a wok. Quality food will help the character stay fed and awake longer.
New Frontier has very nice graphics. Driving through valleys and canyons, you can't help but stop to admire the view. However, in places with large crowds of players, the graphics have to be reduced to a low level, even on strong PCs. Many players complain that the servers are small enough online, so there is simply no one to fight with. Nevertheless, you can still play New Frontier. If not for the PVP, then at least for the construction and local scenery.