Animal lovers among you will be interested to learn of a new adventure coming to PC and console very soon. Lost Ember is due for release November 22nd and it has to be said this game looks absolutely stunning.
Lost Ember is a third person exploration adventure. You will be taking the role of a wolf with the ability to inhabit all manner of creatures and will be accompanied by your spirit guide and narrator of this story. Together through the eyes of various other animals you will witness how the human civilizations of your wild land were lost.
You will be able to explore land, sea and air as you possess any creature you come across and experience the world from a whole new perspective. You can soar through canyon valleys as a parrot, scamper through tall grass as a wombat, explore shimmering lakes as a fish, and more.
Your adventure will lead you through changing terrain, from rain forest canopies to barren deserts. As you explore, a tale of loyalty, despair and betrayal will unfold before you as echoes of the lost Yanrana culture come to life in a lush wilderness devoid of man.
“Creating Lost Ember has been an incredible journey for us,” said Mooneye Studios CEO and programmer Tobias Graff. “We wanted to show the world something that would capture the imagination of players of all ages and nationalities, without relying on violence, microtransactions or competitive play. Something pure, simple, and wondrous. After more than five long years, Lost Ember is the culmination of that dream.”
It’s always nice to see devs moving away from the accepted norms and doing something a wee bit different. Adventure game fans who aren’t just looking for a new medium to kill things on and fans of a well-written plot alike should find interest here. If Lost Ember sounds like something you’d like to get involved in, you’ll be able to purchase it at £25.99 ($29.99) for Xbox One, PS4, on Steam or from GOG in just a few weeks’ time.
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