The Gunk Shows Off First 15 Minutes Of Gameplay

The opening of the upcoming indie title is here in full, and introduces you to the early part of the unique title.

Posted By | On 14th, Dec. 2021

The Gunk_04

While 2021 has been quite the year for all games in general, but quite a big one for indie titles. One of them even managed to snap Game of the Year at The Game Awards this year. But we aren’t done quite yet, as there is at least one more fairly large title in that space with The Gunk. The game will squeak by and come out later this week just before 2022 starts, and today we get a look at what the game’s opening 15 minutes will look like.

Via IGN, we get to see what is essentially the game’s beginning. You’ll see the start by landing on a planet that is in the midst of a storm where you first see the titular gunk. There isn’t a whole lot of combat, but we do get to see how you clean up the gunk as well as traverse the area. The big thing is the introductions to the game’s characters and how they interact. You can check it out in full below.

The Gunk will be available on December 16th for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and PC. It will also launch on both versions of Game Pass.


Amazing Articles You Might Want To Check Out!

Share Your Thoughts Below  (Always follow our comments policy!)



Keep On Reading!

Assassin’s Creed Mirage Developer Has Ideas for More Stories with Protagonist Basim

Assassin’s Creed Mirage Developer Has Ideas for More Stories with Protagonist Basim

"We have ideas on how we could extend the story of Basim," says creative director Stephane Boudon.

Destiny 2: The Final Shape Trailer Highlights the Dread Faction’s Harbinger and Weaver

Destiny 2: The Final Shape Trailer Highlights the Dread Faction’s Harbinger and Weaver

As soldiers of The Witness, the former excels at suspending opponents, while the latter can pull them around u...

SAND LAND Launch Trailer Showcases Vehicular Combat and High Stakes

SAND LAND Launch Trailer Showcases Vehicular Combat and High Stakes

Join Beelzebub, Sheriff Rao, and Thief as they venture to find the Legendary Spring in a post-apocalyptic worl...

Stellar Blade Review – 2B or Not 2B

Stellar Blade Review – 2B or Not 2B

Stellar Blade feels like a blast from the past in the best way possible.

10 Amazing Open World Games That Refuse to Hold Players’ Hands

10 Amazing Open World Games That Refuse to Hold Players’ Hands

Getting lost and confused is part of the fun in these open world epics.

The Most Promising Linear Games to Look Forward to in 2024 and Beyond

The Most Promising Linear Games to Look Forward to in 2024 and Beyond

Fans of more focused, linear experiences have plenty to look forward to.