This Land Is My Land Sees Whites As Villainous Intruders, Set To Launch Autumn 2019

This Land Is My Land is set to hit PC via Steam this Autumn. The upcoming open-world single-player game sees North America as a place “not for whites” according to the Ukranian dev team Game Labs.

In the day and age where sensitive social justice worries can dish out (concrete) milkshakes but can’t take it in their glasshouses, we see yet another development team attacking whites because they’re “objectively bad.”

If you don’t believe me, according to farflame.cz (translate.google.cz) — which holds the game’s official summary — the website goes on about how “white laws” and their “colored papers that whites love so much” are dangerous:

“You are an Indian warrior, and when caravans of white settlers, criminals and adventurers, who want to blast you away or shoot you, start rolling into your country, you will not be happy. And you start to defend yourself. Because ‘This land is my land’ and the train does not go through it – literally, because there is no track in the Indian wilderness. So far. And you, in a vast open world, will take care of (among other things) that no train will ever go there in the future, so there will be no bribes of train robbers, sheriffs and their ‘white’ laws, neither cities nor banks and their colored ‘papers’ that whites love so much. Welcome to This Land is My Land or “Red Dead Redemption Inside.””

The pitch regarding This Land Is My Land is that the “hostile environment” evolves over time independently from player actions. In other words, the “evil white man” will push the surrounding world forward with or without your intervention.

While I’m more than sure current year politics will be flying throughout the game’s story mode, like birds trying to scurry away from a storm, the devs also have three different versions of the game that you can pre-order.

There’s the Standard Edition that goes for $34.99. The Premium Edition running for $49.99, and last but not least, the Founders Edition that will set you back $79.99:

  • Standard Edition ($34.99) — granting access to the game’s Early Access release on Steam in late 2019.
  • Premium Edition ($49.99) — allows immediate access to an early access version of the game, in addition to the Standard Edition contents.
  • Founders Edition ($79.99) — grants players access to an in-game bow, a name of their choice for an in-game enemy, and access to a private Discord channel with the developers, in addition to the Premium Edition contents.

If all of that sounds fine and dandy, you can check out the official trailer right here courtesy of the game’s YouTube channel:

Moreover, the devs also tossed up the minimum PC specs for your viewing pleasure:

Minimum PC Specs:

 

  • Requires: 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 2.8Ghz or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Geforce GTX 950 or AMD equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 12 GB available space

The recommended PC specs follow suit:

Recommended PC Specs:

 

  • Requires: 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Geforce GTX 1080 or AMD equivalent
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 12 GB available space

So there you have it. If you don’t want to play Red Dead Redemption but “Red Dead Redemption Inside,” where you assume an Indian warrior and fend off caravans of white settlers, criminals and adventurers that love their “white laws” and “colored papers,” then you have until Autumn when this game drops for PC via Steam.

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