Eat The People & Save The World In Maneater


The launch of Maneater is almost here and we have one last trailer to look at before we all dive into the fun Maneater is going to bring us

May 22nd still marks the date that Maneater will be hitting the PS4, Xbox One, and PC and, since we are so close to the date now, that means we have a new and final trailer to look at for the game here. The traditional launch trailer is here just days before the full release from Tripwire Interactive with another look at what will be going on in the game. If you somehow clicked in here without knowing what Maneater is all about, it will be a good recap for you. The rest of us gamers will just take a look at what new tidbits we can before diving on into the full game this week. I know I am ready to start eating those humans out there.

If you are in that former category, Maneater is an RPG of sorts where we will be taking on the role of a baby shark that grows and evolves over time. All housed in the framing of a nature documentary following the shark, its various prey/predators, and the shark hunters above the ocean. Also, all of the weirdness going on outside of that so we know where to have our shark head off to and start cowing down. That does look to be one of the more fun aspects of Maneater. Not that anything for the game has looked like it was going to be a huge letdown in any way as of yet. Take a look at the latest for the game and see if you will be joining in on it all this Friday.

Maneater — Launch Trailer

Maneater Launch Trailer Emerges Early — Game Release Coming May 22 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Maneater, the open-water, action-RPG where you play as a shark is launching soon on Friday, May 22 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC via the Epic Games Store – and later this year for Nintendo Switch. To celebrate the game’s fin-ished state, we wanted to share an advanced copy of the Maneater launch trailer!

With a truly unique premise and never-before-seen approach to the action-RPG genre, Tripwire Interactive looks forward to taking players on a journey through uncharted waters with Maneater.

Is Maneater one of the more anticipated you have had for this year or is it one of the titles you are going to use as a break from the others? Do you suspect that there will be more going on in the background of the game or is it a "what you see is what you get" kind of deal? Do you even care and just want to go hog-wild eating and killing all of those dumb humans out there? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. If there is more to offer up for Maneater, you know we will do it here. All you need to do is keep checking back for all of that and more.