Life is Unusual developer broadcasts 2D narrative sport


Concord: The Fall of Reverie was a shock inclusion in final night time’s Nintendo Direct from French developer Do not Nod – the studio behind the unique Life is Unusual video games, Keep in mind Me and Inform Me Why.

Due for launch in June for Nintendo Swap, PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Collection X/S, the title is notable for its vibrant 2D visuals – one thing of a departure for Do not Nod.

For followers of Do not Nod’s choice-based storytelling, Concord: The Fall of Reverie appears to supply one thing extra acquainted. Actions you’re taking will open up new branching story paths, as the principle character Polly engages in clairvoyance and interacts with a set of god-like spirits aligned with “Aspirations of Humanity” similar to Glory, Energy, Chaos and Bliss.

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Concord: The Fall of Reverie’s debut trailer.

In a neat contact, gamers can see the sport’s story branches and plan accordingly through the Augural, which Do not Nod describes as “a sport board and visible illustration of Polly’s reward of foresight”. It is right here you’ll be able to discover the outcomes of your decisions made through interactions with every of the Aspirations.

Elsewhere at Do not Nod, the studio’s authentic Life is Unusual crew teased a primary glimpse at what they had been as much as inside their new break-away crew throughout the Atlantic in Do not Nod Montreal. That venture seems to be to be a 3D narrative journey set within the Nineties.

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