We Will Soon Be Unfolding What A Tale Of Paper Has To Offer

A Tale Of Paper

The release for A Tale Of Paper is almost here with the final release date for A Tale Of Paper getting set for this month

It is always nice to see smaller titles like A Tale Of Paper make it toward the finish line and that is what we have here now. That is, we have a release date for the game set down that will have players on the PS4 giving this interesting looking 3D Side-Scroller a go this month. When in this month? Well if things go as planned, we will be seeing A Tale Of Paper drop out there on October 21st for all of those pining for a new platforming style of game. Just ahead of the bigger launches and right after a few smaller ones. A nice little treat to have as we stay inside and have some fun.

For those not in the know about A Tale Of Paper, as mentioned it is a 3D side-scroller that has us take the role of some sentient paper. A character made of paper that can fold their shape to fit the needs to get around this interesting world. A world made up of every day looking objects that are here to hinder our path. That or do their jobs around the house and suck us into the waste bin. There also looks to be a bit of a calmer vibe to A Tale Of Paper in general than we have seen in other titles, so that will be a nice little shift to have. Even if there is a big spider chasing us own at some point in the game. Have a look at the little bit more we have for the game and get ready to let those weeks pass by.

A Tale Of Paper — Launch Trailer

A Tale Of Paper is a 3D Side Scroll with rare enemies and atmospheric, immersive environments. Face the dangers that surround you with Line, a character made of paper, in this world that is completely unknown to you.

You will find iconic enemies like Roombas or a sprinkler. The scenarios will also be part of this dangerous world with elements such as water, which will create interesting obstacles for Line. The fact that you cannot attack will make you approach dangerous situations in a smarter way.

Did you expect to see A Tale Of Paper drop this quickly since announcement or do you think it was meant to be a final title on the PS4 before the console jump? Do you like the look and feel of the game here and will it be a nice calming thing to experience? What do you think will be the most creative thing we will be able to shape ourselves into during the game? Give us all of those thoughts and feelings down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you wish. If there is more to share for A Tale Of Paper, you know we will have it all here. Just be sure to keep checking back in for all of that and much more.