Lemonbomb Entertainment and rokapublish’s Stranded Sails is coming to consoles this October. Merge Games is publishing the open-world adventure for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One in both digital and physical forms.

Stranded Sails (full title Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands) casts players as a shipwreck victim stranded on a mysterious island. If you want to escape, you’ll not only need to solve the island’s many mysteries but also make a home for yourself and master the island’s environments. Lemonbomb says the game is a mixture of Harvest MoonThe Legend of Zelda, and more recent games like My Time at Portia. Check out the console announcement trailer for Stranded Sails below:

Lemonbomb and rokapublish are promising an open-world adventure full of quests and things to discover in Stranded Sails. You’ll have to farm ingredients and cook food to survive. Your crew is an integral part of gameplay; you’ll need to feed them, expand their camp, and prove your skills as a shipbuilder. There will be a range of islands to explore, each of which contains a wealth of tools, treasure, and crafting components. Naturally, there’s also a swashbuckling story involving ancient terrors and supernatural dangers. Sounds pretty exciting.

Alongside the physical and digital versions of Stranded Sails, Merge Games is also promising a collectible Signature Edition. We don’t yet know what that version will contain, but it’ll launch exclusively on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch alongside the normal game. Sorry, Xbox One owners – looks like you’re out of luck here. Stranded Sails: Explorers of the Cursed Islands launches for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One this October. No word yet on a specific date. We’re also not sure if the PC version will launch alongside consoles.

Does Stranded Sails interest you? Will you get the physical collector’s edition of the game? Let us know in the comments below!


Joe Allen

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