During the PlayStation State of Play last week, we had a nice little update for Kena: Bridge Of Spirits. This would be the title that is flowing out of Ember Lab on the PS4, PS5, and PC in the near future. A title that looks a whole lot like we will be able to play a Pixar movie in the best of ways here. A title that has somehow missed the attentions over here for a while. Especially when you come to find out that Kena: Bridge Of Spirits is now launching out there on August 24th of this year to possibly pull at some heartstrings while giving us a fun action-style game in the mix. I am very upset with myself for missing the mark on this one for so long after getting some new gameplay.
In addition to the date and new gameplay for Kena, which can be seen below, we have the announcement that pre-orders are now open and that we will be seeing a few different versions of the game out there to enjoy. Nothing too crazy, as with other titles, but a standard and Deluxe Digital version of the game. The latter coming with a digital soundtrack, an in-game silver staff, and golden Rot skin for a slightly higher price. No matter the version of Kena: Bridge Of Spirits that you pre-order, though, there will be some other in-game DLC and goodies to have for the game through skins for Rot. Kind of a nice little bonus for supporting the game before launch. As it should always be with these smaller studios out there.
Kena: Bridge Of Spirits — Gameplay
Available August 24, 2021 on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Epic Games Store
A story-driven action adventure with a stunning visual aesthetic combining exploration with fast-paced combat. Players find and grow a team of charming spirit companions called the Rot, enhancing their abilities and creating new ways to manipulate the environment. Kena: Bridge Of Spirits seamlessly blends action and narrative into an unforgettable experience. Travel with Kena, a young Spirit Guide on a quest to uncover the mysterious story surrounding the demise of the village.
Are you excited to see that Kena: Bridge Of Spirits will be hitting us sooner over later? Do you think that the game looks like a playable Pixar film as I said or will it just be the animation style of the game that gives us the feel without the story? Do you like having the basics for pre-order bonuses or do you like seeing the over-the-top bundles that cost us all a lot more than it should? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you wish. If there is more for Kena: Bridge Of Spirits, know that we will share it all here. Keep checking back for all of that and much more.