For those of you that might not know, Eastshade is an upcoming open-world exploration game that's all about roaming the land and soaking in the atmosphere. However, since this is Eastshade Studios first game they decided to create a small spin-off in order to test the waters and see what kind of features the community is looking for. As you can probably guess from the title, that small spin-off is Leaving Lyndow.
Much like its big brother, Leaving Lyndow is a first-person adventure game with some rather lovely visuals and a very relaxed gameplay pace. If you're wondering what all of this might look like in action, here's the most recent trailer:
I haven't played it myself, but according to the Steam reviews Leaving Lyndow is an enjoyable adventure game with quite a few flaws when it comes to character interaction. While the world itself looks gorgeous, friendly NPCs appear to be a bit wooden, which clashes quite heavily with the rest of the visuals. I've also noticed a couple of complaints about slow movement, so if you're not a fan of "walking simulators" you might want to look elsewhere.
As a final note, it is important to mention that Leaving Lyndow really is a small spin-off - its around 1 hour in length! It is priced somewhat appropriately given that its currently €4, but just make sure you're aware of its length before getting immersed into the world. Have fun, and here's a couple of images to send you off: