Ember Labs’ Kena: Bridge of Spirits appears to be like to have the identical magical qualities of a fantastical Disney-Pixar film. Two new trailers revealed extra backstory and gameplay footage, in addition to a dynamic picture mode that has me extremely excited to take photos with NPCs (and I often gloss over photo modes when enjoying video games!). Moreover, a bodily deluxe version was introduced in partnership with writer Most Video games. 

Kena: Bridge of Spirits follows the titular heroine/spirit information as she travels to a distant land in the hunt for a sacred mountain shrine. Spirits have been reworking into monsters, and solely Kena can bridge the hole between life and loss of life to make issues proper once more. She’ll meet loads of colourful personalities alongside the best way, together with sooty little anthropomorphic creatures referred to as The Rot, which can support her in battle. For extra backstory particulars forward of the sport’s launch, watch the launch trailer above or take a look at Marcus Stewarts’ Everything We Know About Kena: Bridge Of Spirits.

A Picture Mode trailer additionally dropped in the present day. Kena has no scarcity of awe-inspiring vistas, vivid magical results, and endearing character fashions. Taking photos, nevertheless, amplifies these attractive visuals, and a “Say Cheese!” choice lets Kena and her pals correctly pose for the digital camera. I’ve by no means seen this part in a online game earlier than (as I mentioned above, I often don’t activate in-game picture modes – possibly a few of you’ve got seen a function like this earlier than?). However, the sport’s allure and heat undoubtedly come via. I can’t wait to see all of the pictures that gamers put up on social media. Who is aware of, possibly I’ll lastly seize some reminiscences of my very own. 

The trailers are at the moment buzzing, which means that you just would possibly’ve missed the information that Kena: Bridge of Spirits can also be getting a bodily deluxe version in November. Ember Labs partnered with Most Video games, a sub-publisher on titles like A Plague Story: Innocence and Minecraft Story Mode. Priced at $50, this deluxe version will launch with a replica of the sport, the digital soundtrack, and cosmetics for The Rot and Kena’s workers. 

“Our group was extraordinarily vocal about their want for a bodily version from the second we first introduced the sport,” mentioned Ember Labs’ chief working officer Josh Grier. “It’s an honor to create a game people want to add to their collections, and we’re thrilled to be partnering with Maximum Games to make that happen so quickly after the initial launch.”

Does this information make you much more excited for the sport, and do you propose on taking a whole lot of photos with the ensemble forged? 


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