It is fair to say that Fear the Wolves hit Early Access in a very poor state, but then again, so was Mafia Wars. Yet, it is far from late and it looks like it will turn out just fine. A lot of people don’t like the fact that there aren’t any videos, but I think that seeing the game for yourself is much more rewarding than listening to someone else talk about it. That being said, I am going to go over some of the basics relating to the game and walk you through a few of the GameWalkthroughs which can be found online. If you have never played Mafia Wars before, I recommend reading some Game Tips first, as they will provide some insight into how the game is played. I will then go into detail about some of the content in the game, including the three different difficulty levels.
Fear the Wolves is similar to Mafia Wars in that you start off by choosing a character and developing them up through the ranks. Throughout the game, you will encounter many different challenges and have to decide which path you want to take. Right through the beginning, you’ll fight off packs of wolf packs who want to attack you. They are strong and fast but also have a weakness which is radiation. As you progress through the game, you will discover more of these packs and their weaknesses.
There are three different difficulty levels in the game, with the harder ones taking a long time to complete. The trick in avoiding the longer level challenges is to use the Fear the Wolves system, where you can build your character up through the ranks without losing loyalty or a single health point. This allows you to focus on the right stats rather than worry about making the short term goals. Below, I will go through the main categories in the game and give a brief Game Walkthrough.
One of the most gripping parts of Fear the Wolves is its setting. Set in a dark, dangerous jungle, the island is fraught with danger. You have the opportunity to side with the wolves or against them – there’s no wrong answer here. As you progress through the game, you’ll find yourself in conflict with radiation infected zombies and even a boss fight against a massive mutated bear.
As the game progresses, you’ll be able to recruit other players into your army. These players can either side with the humans or the wolves. This division is purely based on the two different sets of weapons and abilities, each providing you with unique benefits. In battles, you can use your ability to slow your opponents down or increase the effects of your attacks. As a result, you can either win the battle outright or divide it amongst your remaining players. The human side has stronger characters such as the mayor and guards while the wolves have more specialized units such as brawlers, bomb defusal units, and bear hunters.
Fear the Wolves has an early access feature that gives players a taste of the actual game, allowing them to get a feel for the difficulty of the game. During early access, players are not able to build the inventory items. However, all the weapons, abilities, and extra lives come with in-game purchases.
As I mentioned earlier, Fear the Wolves is a simulation game where you have to kill everything that crosses your path. While this is the case, the storyline is not one where you have to go through the immense pain and suffering that is present during the real Chernobyl disaster. Instead, you have to survive the battle royale before you’re finally rescued by the Americans. During the late stages of the game, you will have the opportunity to return to Pripyat and fight the rebirth of the wolves again.
Overall, Fear the Wolves is a highly exciting game where you have to survive the radiation and battle royale before going on to win the game. However, you have to be careful as not all gamers will appreciate this highly competitive game. It can be quite challenging, especially for gamers who are not used to playing survival games. So, if you are looking for a taste of a challenging game with a great story, then Fear the Wolves is a good game to download.