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I’m playing the game ECO Global Survival! Follow along as I explore the initial elements of ECO gameplay!

In this episode of ECO, I’m still learning the basics of the game ECO! Now that I have some research learned, let’s make some arrows and take our bow out to do some hunting. We’ll be hunting Wolf and Elk today!

ECO will often be compared to other games in the genre. Many will say ECO is like other games like Minecraft, but the elements here focused on the ecosystem, laws and leadership make it stand out in big ways.

ECO Gameplay Description:

Eco is an online game where players must collaborate to build a civilization in a world where everything they do affects the environment. All resources come from a simulated ecosystem, with thousands of plants and animals simulating 24/7. Work together in ECO through the player-run government and economy to build the technology to stop a meteor on a collision course with the planet, without polluting the world and killing it off in the process before that even happens.

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36 thoughts on “ECO Gameplay – Hunting, Ep3

  1. The series got off to a slow start for me, but you're very thorough when it comes to showing off a game. I'm really liking what you're doing. You have just gained a new subscriber. Keep up the great work.

  2. Why the long ass crafting timers. Why take the worst part of mobile gaming and add it to the already vastly superior PC gaming… Fuck this shit for $40.

  3. Really like the look of this game. Hope you will get with some of the other you tubers and do a joint world for the community aspect. (possibly the ones that you are doing a minecraft series with?)

  4. someone else notice that the background music are from kerval space program when a pod is in the space?

    Just fun fact

  5. Those benches are not machines. How the hell does it queue up crafting? Who's doing the crafting? Those idle timers make no f**kin sense.

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