The premise of The Witness, which was announced at the E3 gaming conference in June, is that the survivors of the apocalypse have set up an abandoned bunker to hide in.
The only way to get to them is through the use of a remote-controlled vehicle, and the only way that it can get there is through a portal.
In this scenario, you play as one of four survivors (one being a woman and two men), and the game allows you to customize each of their equipment.
Each piece of gear has its own special abilities, which you can equip to customize your own style of play.
For example, if you’re a big fan of using a pistol for close quarters combat, you can have it carry you around the map.
If you like to play a more strategic style, you might equip your weapons with a scope.
You can also take on the role of a sniper, taking out your enemies from afar using a laser rifle.
There are a few different ways to go about this gameplay, but it’s a great way to experience this world in a completely different way.
For instance, the game lets you choose to take the role as a lone wolf, or you can join with a group of other survivors to take on an assault.
There’s also an open world mode, where you can roam the countryside in search of more survivors, and there’s also a survival mode that lets you go back to the bunker and start all over again.
As a survivalist, you’ll have to work with a variety of survivors in order to survive.
As you play through the game, you unlock new items and gadgets that can help you out in a variety from the survival of the fittest to the creation of super weapons.
And unlike the last two Call of Duty games, The Witness has a multiplayer component.
You don’t have to wait for multiplayer matches to play, either, as you can just go online and join other players in their efforts to defeat the zombies.
This means that there are a ton of other ways to explore this post-Apocalypse world.
For starters, there’s the new map, where each level consists of several smaller islands dotted around a central area, and you can get lost in the world if you go a little too far off course.
You also get a wide variety of weapons, including shotguns, pistols, and rifles.
There is a ton to choose from, and it’s not difficult to find a piece that’s just right for you.
I like to start off by picking up a sniper rifle, and as you progress through the levels, you find more and more items that let you equip more gadgets, weapons, and abilities to your gun.
As the levels progress, you’re also given a new map that can be played on, and I think that’s a really cool addition to the game.
I’m always looking for new places to explore, and The Witness really delivers in a big way.
The map is a little bit smaller than the other Call of Dutys, and although it’s much larger than the previous one, it’s still a good sized map that really lets you get into the world.
If I’m a survival fan, I definitely want to play this game again.
And as an avid gamer myself, I love the fact that the game offers a variety for players to choose when it comes to what they want to do.
The survival mode is fun, but not overwhelming.
The way you play the game is a lot more focused on the gunplay than the combat, and each weapon has its strengths and weaknesses.
The game is also one of the few games that actually allows you a little customization of the guns you use.
You get a bunch of new gadgets that you can unlock, as well as a bunch more guns and items.
The Witness definitely offers a lot of content for the money, and its the kind of game that you could easily recommend to anyone who’s a fan of the genre.
This review was provided by Polygon for the purposes of review purposes.