Fri. Sep 24th, 2021

The bewitching Kena: Bridge of Spirits has actually been postponed just a few weeks to September 2021, developer Ember Lab revealed today.If youve been following Kena: Bridge of Spirits because it caught everybody and whatevers hearts at last years Future of Gaming event, youll know it was initially prepared for release on PS4 and PS5 in late 2020. It was delayed to August 2021 due to work-from-home difficulties, and now its been pushed as soon as more to September 21 for polishing. Heres the statement completely:”We have actually made the hard choice to postpone the release of Kena until September 21st to polish the video game throughout all platforms,” Ember Lab stated in a declaration. “The group has actually been working incredibly hard and we feel the extra time is crucial to guarantee the very best experience possible.We understand a lot of you aspire to play and we appreciate your patience as the group continues to work on delivering the finest variation of Kena. Thank you for your amazing support!”While the news is sure to sting for some, weve all saw the effects of studios hurrying video games out, and from what weve seen, it looks like Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be worth the wait. Our hands-on sneak peek from Tribeca loads praise on the gorgeous Pixar-style animation, compelling and layered battle and platforming, and capacity for genuine psychological depth. Oh, and I do not need to see any longer to know Im currently incredibly in love with the little fuzzy sprites called Rot, which look like theyre ripped directly from a Studio Ghibli flick.While its launching at the same time on PS4 and PS5, Kena: Bridge of Spirits is being enhanced for Sonys new-gen hardware to not only look much better, but also use the consoles unique functions like the DualSenses adaptive triggers and haptic feedback. For circumstances, Ember Lab founders Josh and Mike Grier discussed to GamesRadar+ earlier in the year that youll feel the stress in Kenas bow as you draw back the bowstrings, along with other feelings developed to increase immersion.Kena: Bridge of Spirits is simply one of the upcoming games we cant wait to play.


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