The undersea realm of Lost Sea is yours to explore in the character-creation mobile game. As the planet and civilizations as we know them come to an end, mermaid myths will take a back seat to the real threat of extinction that lies ahead. Along the route, there will be a number of huge monsters, some of which will be hostile to you.
Despite the lack of a really free world, Lost Sea’s locations are just ideal (at least in the beginning). The controls are handled manually, just like in similar survival games developed by Tencent and NetEase. If you want to understand more about the universe, there are additional cutscenes and voiced dialogues. However, if you don’t speak Chinese, it will be hard to understand the plot. In Lost Sea, you can look for things you need to establish a base in enormous underwater landscapes. While doing so, you and your companions can engage in resource trading.
Players will forage for supplies, eat and drink to maintain their health, shop for new threads, and advance in levels. If you assumed that the developers had forgotten about zombies, you would be mistaken. They have not left yet. However, they are not your typical mindless corpses (though that could change depending on the level of intelligence in the local AI), but rather authentic mutants straight out of Resident Evil. If you hit these lizards in the head, you will do critical damage. By the way, the local plot is set in an underwater facility (hello, Umbrella Corporation).
Lost Sea, an action game, is unlike any other. This game is geared toward a single player and emphasizes exploration and careful attention to detail. The present-day is an ideal time and setting for this project. This project was also influenced by zombie games, survival games, third-person games with an open environment, crafting games, and games set after the end of the world. Information regarding the game’s release, available on various platforms, videos, screenshots, user reviews, and more can all be found on this page.