The name of the Alone Survival map is on its own enough to explain what it’s all about. It’s a high-quality survival map in which you’re trapped on an island and must survive all its dangers in order to get to the end. The map is currently at version 2.0 which means that most of the bugs and glitches that it had at release have probably been patched out so you should go in expecting a pretty smooth and enjoyable experience. The map isn’t anything particularly innovative, but it’s still worth looking into due to the high-quality execution.
In Alone Survival, you play the role of a young guy who was about to meet his father for the very first time in his life. You were on his way to meet him on a private jet, but the pilot ends up dying mid-flight due to his heart condition that you knew nothing about when entering the jet. You try to control the plane as best as you can but to no avail, in a few hours you end up crashing into an ocean and the impact of the crash knocks you out. At the end of this horrifying journey, you end up stranded on a strange island from where there seems to be no escaping. You must survive this place and all of its horrors.
The Alone Survival utilizes an objective based play-style, so its gameplay is fairly linear. There are a total of 24 objectives that you’ll need to accomplish in order to get to the end of the map. 24 is a pretty massive amount so the map will definitely keep you busy for a significant amount of time. It also features a multiplayer mode so you can enjoy the whole adventure alongside a friend. However, the multiplier isn’t fully tested yet so it might have a few issues here and there.