A fantasy adventure game with some seasonal spices in it.
Video game publisher Modus Games, in partnership with indie developers at eXiin and Fishing Cactus have announced today at Gamescom their upcoming fantasy adventure game Ary And The Secret Of Seasons, planned to be released during 2019. The game will be available for PC, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One.
Aside a 40-second teaser trailer published three days ago, what we know so far about Ayr And The Secret Of Seasons is that it’s a Zelda-like fantasy adventure game where players take control of Ary while they venture forth the world of Valdi. As the latest press release explains “Ary has joined the Guardians of Seasons, an old organization traditionally ruled by men. Her task: successfully restore the seasons of Valdi! With strength, determination, and self-control as her pillars, Ary will set out to accomplish a feat no other guardian has ever managed.”
Ary’s special powers allow her to modify the environment around her by changing its seasons with the help of magical spheres she can summon. “The spheres can be opened up three at a time; thus, Ary can jump from winter to summer to autumn in a single leap.” From what we can gather through this game’s trailer, Ary And The Secret Of Seasons shows some colourful graphics and very interesting combat and exploration mechanics.
“We are excited to bring our beloved Ary to Gamescom once again, this time with our partners at Modus,” said Sebastien Le Touze, CEO at eXiin. “We are confident those that come by to view the game will understand what makes Ary so special.”
“Our team felt an instant connection to this game, and we couldn’t be happier to be publishing it next year,” said Christina Seelye, CEO of Modus Games. “It’s a one-of-a-kind adventure that shouldn’t be missed.”
Ary And The Secret Of Seasons will be available at some point during 2019 for PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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