Narrative veteran of the game industry Chris Avellone will not really stop this year. After post-apocalyptic Dying Light 2 and isometric RPG Alaloth and Pathfinder: Kingmaker writes the story for the newly announced contrast platform Degrees of Separation. In it you will not solve what separates good games from the less good, but something more prosaic.
Or is it actually poetic? The opposites attract at least in this case, and Ember and Rime fell in love with each other. However, the impenetrable thermal barrier prevents them from being together forever.
You will be able to play Ember and Rime characters both yourself and yours in a cooperative multiplayer like this unravel two platformer sequel. Ember controls the fire, Rime Winter, and so they can move the world in different ways, but naturally they have to cooperate on their way to the common goal
Instead of wading through the flowing river, the icy Rime can freeze it, the fiery Ember it is capable of moving hot-air balloon machines, but the counterpart must always take account of riddles.
There is no one else but Chris Avellone, who in addition to the busy last year, for example, is worth stories of classics like Star Wars Fallout: New Vegas or Neverwinter Nights 2. The Degrees of Separation mixes narrative narratives about atmospheric puzzle solving in a fairy-tale world
The game is a small independent studio from Norway Moondrop and introduced it for the first time in 2014, but will only come out next year. As it is a love story, her issue is symbolically on Valentine’s Day, that is, on February 14th. You will find it on Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch.