In Ember Lab they are not interested in making a direct continuation of the game, although they value other options.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits fell in love with us at the presentation event of the first PS5 games with a beautiful action adventure game set in a beautiful fairytale world reminiscent of the animation film, with some endearing characters and magic-filled surroundings. The atmosphere of the game transports us to a world full of spiritual life in which we will raise a team of shy companions to help us manipulate our environment.
developers do not have a direct continuationIt is very common in the industry that the idea of success of a franchise is translated into future new deliveries continue the story of those characters that fans have bonded with, however, the developers of Kena: Bridge of Spirits they don’t share that vision of the franchises. In a recent interview on SoulVision Magazine, the developers have recognized that they don’t count on Kena having a direct continuation.
They value the possibility of betting on the cinema or televisionConversely, this would not be a complete end to his universe, from which they would seek to build new stories giving rise to new franchises based on that magical world that they would have managed to create. For developers, the world of Kena has a tremendous narrative potential and this could result in new stories with similar play styles but with different IP. They also value the possibility of betting on more linear formulas from other media such as cinema or television.
The game suffered a slight delay, but is already around the corner with a pitch scheduled for the September 21 of this year on Pc, PS4 and PS5. The game will be released at a reduced price and at the moment there is no forecast of a physical release, although the study does not rule it out either. Kena: Bridge of Spirits is one of the great indie promises for this 2021.
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