Kena: Bridge of Spirits includes another female hero venturing into the spotlight in her own exquisite story that watches directly out of a Pixar film. Here are the beginning and end we think about the foreseen PlayStation and PC-elite title.
Uncovered right back in June 2020, this story-driven activity experience sees the nominal Kena collaborating with a huge number of adorable little spirits known as the Rot to investigate an amazing world.
With an accentuation on battle, riddles, and investigation, enthusiasts of games like Tomb Raider and Uncharted will without a doubt be attracted to this exceptionally adapted experience.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits release date
At present, players can expect a March 2021 delivery. The game was at first scheduled to deliver back toward the finish of 2020, yet was ultimately postponed to Q1, 2021. While we presently have no particular date for March, notwithstanding any further postponements, we’ll make certain to refresh you with any new data about its delivery.
Despite the fact that the game is a coordinated PlayStation reassure elite, the title will likewise be accessible to play on PC upon the arrival of delivery.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits trailers
The lone investigate ongoing interaction that we’ve seen so far was through the declaration trailer that was delivered in June 2020. While transcendently CGI-based, we were blessed to receive a couple of little looks at how the world will search for players.
In these impressions, we saw Kena doing combating an assortment of foes in lovely areas, with amazing impacts that grandstand the incredible force of cutting edge and PC capacities.
Highlighting a Far-Cry-esque center point world that is improved and reestablished all through ongoing interaction, the story will likewise investigate Kena’s own battles while endeavoring to help those abandoned between domains.
The Rot will go with you all through interactivity and will help major parts in a fight once adversaries have at first been harmed enough. They’re likewise adjustable – with adorable caps! This was featured in one of Ember Lab’s tweets back in September 2020 for National Love People Day:
— Kena: Bridge of Spirits (@emberlab) September 30, 2020