The tribes called Salani and Manono have to decide whether or not they will share resources while staying at the same camp.
Having just crowned the 23rd season winner, "Survivor" is already looking forward to the new cycle. A sneak peek to the 24th season, which is subtitled "One World", was debuted during the Sunday, December 18 reunion show and the video has now landed online.
It teases a new twist in which the tribes, called Salani and Manono, will live together on the same island while the previous seasons put the competing groups at separate camp sites. The teams will also have to decide whether or not they will share their resources while competing for the $1 million grand prize.
The promo video does not give a hint whether the Redemption Island or returning players will be part of the show. The location is not mentioned either, but reports say the new season takes place in Samoa and the tribes are split by sex.
"Survivor: One World" will premiere February 15, 2012 on CBS with Jeff Probst returning as the host.