Cold-weapon survival game RAN: Lost Islands announced for PS4

Made by former Tiger Knight core development staff.

RAN: Lost Islands

Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai and Jolly Roger, which is composed of former Tiger Knight core development staff, have announced RAN: Lost Islands, a cold-weapon survival game for PlayStation 4 part of the second wave of PlayStation China Hero Project titles.

Here is an overview of the game, via PlayStation.com.cn:

Jolly Roger Game Co., Ltd. was established on April 10, 2018. It is a young studio, which is dedicated to independently developing higher quality Chinese games and providing them to global players to create original game IP R&D studio. The studio has an excellent R&D team and constantly updates the technology and philosophy of game design and development, and is committed to maintaining a leading position in the gaming industry. The core members of the team are from well-known domestic game companies. The average game industry experience has been more than 5 years, and they have participated in the research and development of many large-scale online games.

At present, the studio is fully developing a large-scale multiplayer online competitive game based on the new IP RAN: Lost Islands. The founder and core team members of the studio have worked in well-known domestic game companies. Now they choose to set up an independent studio to complete the dream of making console games all the time. RAN: Lost Islands is the first work after the establishment of the studio. It is also the beginning of the team’s dream. This work chose the 17th century, which is the era when the world civilization began to merge and the big voyage began. The team members hope to create a cold weapon game that can be accepted by the world wide players.

Watch the debut trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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