Fe Creator Zoink Launching New Game ‘Lost In Random’ With EA Originals

Posted: Jun 8 2019, 11:19pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Fe creator Zoink launching new game ‘Lost in Random’ with EA Originals
Photo by Zoink's Klaus Lyngeled on Twitter

Lost in Random is set within a “beautifully dark and vivid world," according to EA.

Swedish independent video game developer Zoink Games, which created hit fantasy adventure Fe is working on a new video game called Lost in Random.

EA Originals, Electronic Arts’ indie-focused platform, will publish the game as it did with Fe. In a press release from EA, the gaming giant said “Lost in Random is another stand out fantasy action adventure” that will bring a “brand-new spin” on fantasy action adventure as a genre. The game will combine strategy and action, exploring the notion of chance and possibility, set within a “beautifully dark and vivid world,” EA added.

In concept art pieces posted by Klaus Lyngeled of Zoink on Twitter, photos show a girl protagonist holding a bow and arrow, alongside a dice sidekick with arms and legs. The photos also depict a frog-looking monster and two other characters who are in the middle of a sword fight as the girl watches.

Lost in Random is one of three new independent games that EA Originals label, a platform for up-and-coming studios.

EA Originals is also publishing RustHeart by U.K.-based Glowmade and Hazelight Studios’ follow up to its BAFTA-winning A Way Out. Hazelight has yet to announce the title of its new game.

Meanwhile, Glowmade’s RustHeart features a player and their handmade robot sidekick “as they adventure across a vibrant, alien multiverse.”

“Glowmade’s RustHeart taps into the simple joy of creating in a uniquely cooperative setting: a compelling mix of tactical action-roleplay gameplay, player invention and spray paint,” EA said.

“We continue to connect innovative and creatively distinct new games from the best and boldest independent game makers to a global audience of players,” Matt Bilbey, executive vice president of strategic growth at EA, said in a statement.

“We want to offer our players the broadest, highest quality content possible, with the best access possible. Whether you join us to play EA’s biggest franchises like Apex Legends, one of the more than 200 games available from more than 85 content partners in our Origin Access subscription, or for innovative EA Originals titles like A Way Out, we have something compelling to offer,” Bilbey added.

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