You are the shark!Experience the ultimate power fantasy as the apex predator of the seas - a giant shark! Terrorize the coastal waterways. Tear swimmers and divers limb from limb, give the humans a reason to fear you. Role-play and customize your shark with a variety of stat driven systems. Evolve different parts of your body to improve how they function, or pump up your ferocity to enter brief feeding frenzies.Maneater is a single-player action RPG, set in the Gulf Coast’s unforgiving waters. Fight to survive in the open ocean, swamps and rivers with danger lurking at every depth. Immerse yourself in a living, breathing world full of threats, and rewards. Explore sunken wrecks, lurk in swamps, or just cruise the open ocean looking for prey to feed on. Your only tools are your wits, your jaws, and an uncanny ability to evolve as you feed. Anything and everything is on the menu… kill or be killed.Maneater features a full story driven campaign that follows the shark as it seeks revenge for the murder of its mother at the hands of “Scaly” Pete. The seas aren’t big enough for both of them, as they head toward a climactic confrontation. “Scaly” Pete is a fisherman who was raised on tales of how his father was killed by a great white. Sharks gave his father no mercy, he shows the beasts none in return, hunting them wherever they are found.Key featuresEat, explore and evolve in an open world action RPG.Play through a full narrative, story-based campaign narrated by Chris Parnell. (Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, Rick and Morty)Feed on humans, consume nutrients and find rare shark loot to evolve past what nature intended.Explore 7 large regions including bayous of the gulf coast, resort beaches, industrial docks, the open ocean and more. Experience a living world with a full day/night cycle.Unlock and equip various Evolutions that improve and enhance your shark as you progress through the campaign.Hunter Parties and Bounty System - the humans fight back! The battle against various types of hunters ranging from small skiff’s all the way up to the coast guard.