In Ring of Elysium you're a tourist—one of a hundred—at a mountain resort when a terrible winter storm rolls in. There's only one rescue chopper left and it can only carry four people as the storm's freezing circle closes around you. You know what that means: battle royale. The game from Tencent (previously called Europa) is free-to-play, and arrives on Steam September 19—though the store page currently appear to be restricted in Europe and parts of Asia.
The trailer above (if you can see it) shows the snowy, mountainous region and how you'll get around in it using hang gliders, ziplines, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles, and snowboards. Hypothermia is a threat, and apparently avalanches are too. "The game world will change dynamically as the disaster progress," claims the store page.
The scenario ultimately feels a bit more grim, somehow, than the standard post-apocalyptic competition that usually accompanies a battle royale game. Maybe it's just the idea of a bunch of vacationing snowboarders instantly turning on one another with sniper rifles and machineguns to gain a seat on that last chopper. Couldn't they just huddle together for warmth instead?