"If you're a fan of old school JRPGs or want something in the vein of Harvest Moon on the sea, maybe have a little look at this."
Pre-orders are now open as well, and those who are particularly eager can try out the prologue.
You'll need to farm, craft, and explore to save yourself after you're shipwrecked, and there might even be supernatural dangers.
We caught up with programmer Julian Schmidt at Gamescom to hear all about the desert-island experience.
The game will be now be launching multi-platform after receiving an exciting level of support, and we also have a new trailer.
A hybrid between Zelda and Stardew Valley.