This Christian Sci-Fi FPS Survival Game Is Looking Like A Force To Be Reckoned With

    With a desire to create enticing and immersive experiences that allow players to ponder their life choices, Christian video game developer Revelation Games announced their second title Eden Remains: Arrival, a sci-fi action FPS survival game.

    Unlike many Christian content creators these days who lack a clear statement of belief or appear hesitant to share their doctrine, Revelation Games stands out by listing a statement of faith listed on their website

    “Everyone has a worldview that informs the way they think, and inspires their creativity. At Revelation Games we’re no different. We have been inspired through our faith in Jesus Christ and the Bible from all the rich stories, characters and truth. “(Source)

    Game Story 

    An incoming distress signal from an ancient planet called Eden has led you to investigate Facility 206. Upon entering the planet’s atmosphere, you are mysteriously shot down and have to survive on this hostile planet while trying to reestablish communication with the outside world. 


    Jeff Simmons, founder of Revelation Games, shared with TheoNerds a desire to see God glorified through video games. Half-Life 2, Mass Effect, No Man’s Sky, and Alien: Isolation are some influences behind Eden Remains: Arrival. 

    Jeff described what makes his game unique:

    “I think what makes it unique first and foremost will be the story, the fact that it’s not a craft your base sci-fi survival clone of many other games. There are missions, meaning, purpose in the framework of the experience. Even a small handful of characters to meet along the way.”

    The ambitious project seeks to combine thrilling FPS action with story depth that will leave a subtle yet meaningful Biblical imprint on people. 

    Follow The Action

    Make sure to sign up for email updates here to follow the developments of Eden Remains: Arrival.

    Share to Gab



    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    The Hunter. Having played too much World of Warcraft, Zo developed skills in tracking, hunting and trapping. Now seeking to redeem the time, Zo uses these skills to find nerdy stuff for you to enjoy. Has a fondness for coffee, presuppositional apologetics and drum & bass.

    Join The Conversation

    News For Theology N3rds.

    Get Updates!


    WoW Star Reckful Says Life Is Unfair, and He’s Right

    Byron Bernstein also most notably known as “Reckful” is a World of Warcraft player that rose to international renown within the online gaming community for being the first player to reach 3000 rating in ranked arena (season 6). This means he was at one time recognised as the top arena player in the world and set a new bar for others to reach. He also continued to dominate the WoW arena scene for many years after this.