Everwild is a brand-new, magical IP from Rare; check out some screenshots

At the Xbox Games Showcase today, Rare gave fans a look at its brand-new IP; Everwild. Rare says a “Unique and unforgettable experiences await in a natural and magical world,” and Everwild certainly has an incredible, Breath of the Wild look about it.

Not much is yet known about Everwild, though it does seem to focus on beings called the Eternals and their connection to the magic found in this breathtaking, colourful world.

Thanks to Microsoft, we also have a handful of screenshots from the game, showing just how gorgeous it looks.


As with all games announced at the Xbox Games Showcase, Everwild will be available on Xbox Game Pass and it will launch for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.

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