At E3 2018, Bohemia Interactive announced a supposed Xbox One exclusive called Vigor. A nuclear bomb has devastated central Europe, causing survivors to look towards Norway for survival. Players will have their own shelter, which operates as the main progression system, allowing you to upgrade it along the way. Just like Bohemia Interactive's DayZ, there's a focus on gathering resources and materials to keep yourself afloat. Lastly, crafting will also play a crucial role, and acts as one of the main gameplay hooks.
On Friday, ID@Xbox stated that Vigor would launch on July 31, 2018, but it's already available to Xbox One owners in a number of countries. You can currently purchase it from the Microsoft Store for $19.99. Bohemia Interactive has promised Xbox One X support in the future which pushes the visuals to native 4K resolution.
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