A survival journey through a harsh world without rules or judgement. Only your choices matters in the face of moral dilemmas. Manage your party, food & equipment in this non-linear narrative survival sim with 34 possible endings.

About this game

From the co-founder of Dontnod (Life is Strange) Hervé Bonin’s new studio Nameless XIII. Face the dark corners of your humanity and find out what lurks in the shadows.

Feature List

  • Make meaningful choices in a non-linear narrative
  • Different paths to take with 34 different endings
  • Manage your party’s resources as well as their physical and mental health
  • Get to know the group through their relationship dynamics
  • Travel and learn about this hostile world destroyed by a volcanic apocalypse
  • Harvest resources and craft supplies

34 different endings

Discover a new path each playthrough (roughly 2 hours per successful run) with 34 possible endings.

Physical and mental party management

Manage your food, equipment and medication and protect the group from madness and despair. Seek and harvest vital resources in the wild and keep your group alive.

Richly drawn characters

Get to know the intimate dynamics, relationships and tensions between the brave captain of the group Petra, pragmatic fighter Sinh, the young optimistic scholar Kali and the cautious scout Nadir as you travel the end of the world.

A desolate future

Set 200 years after the first geological disasters the earth is a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Survive the weather, the ash storm, the grey blizzard and the acid rain.


  • 28%
    Critics Recommend
  • 64
    Top Critic Average
  • Weak
    OpenCritic Rating
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God is a Geek
by Chris White
9 / 10
“Ashwalkers is an inventive survival sim that puts the story centre stage. Whilst managing resources and the survivor's physical and mental health is important, the choices you have to make are where it's at its most inventive.”
by David Flynn
65 / 100
“While Ashwalkers has an interesting art style and atmosphere, it does little to capitalize on its survival mechanics, choice based narrative, and is far too easy for what it wants to be. While Ashwalkers may be worth a single playthrough, there's not much to motivate repeat visits to this wasteland.”
by Ozzie Mejia
7 / 10
“Seeing it through the prism of the old Oregon Trail, I enjoyed Ashwalkers and its myriad of tough, meaningful choices. Its heavy material and its dreary art style doesn't make it a game that I plan to revisit very often. I can appreciate the variety of scenarios, especially the idea that players can select different starting points after multiple playthroughs. In that sense, it's unlike a lot of survival games out today and worth playing through at least once.”
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OSWindows 7+
OSWindows 8+
CPUIntel Core i5-2400 @ 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-6300 @ 3.5 GHz or equivalent
CPUIntel Core i5-2400 @ 3.1 GHz or AMD FX-6300 @ 3.5 GHz or equivalent
Requires Epic Games account
Languages Supported
  • Audio: English
  • Text: English, Chinese - Simplified, French, German, Spanish - Spain
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