Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey

Panache Digital has revealed that the console release of the evolution-based survival sim Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey will include a host of new features.

Taking to Twitter today, the team announced that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game will have more diverse gameplay objectives and reworked menus. In particular, those menus will include the RPG, Generation, and Evolution menus.

These changes have been made as a result of the feedback garnered from the PC launch earlier this year. However, Panache Digital suggests that more new features will be included, with information about those to be shared up until launch day.

A brief video shared by the team provides a glimpse at some of these alterations:

However, these quality of life changes will not be unique to the new versions, as they will also be added to the PC version on the same day as the console launch:

That launch is scheduled to occur on December 6, though the game will only be available digitally.

OnlySP’s Rebecca Hills-Duty scored the PC version of Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey as a Credit (3/5), writing that it is “worth checking out, as the lush environments are beautiful to behold, and many  fascinating discoveries wait to be made and passed on down the generations.”

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Damien Lawardorn
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