Armature Studio has announced that its surreal narrative game, Where the Heart Leads, will release on PC in 2022 via Steam and Epic Games Store.
In this game, players will shape the life of family man Whit Anderson as he tumbles through time and witnesses the most important moments of his life.
Players can pick from hundreds of choices en route to dozens of possible endings. Additionally, they can make decisions with a rippling impact on the small town of Carthage and its eclectic characters, each memorable and rich with personality. Not only that, but the devs claim that players can change each chapter of a script rivaling the biggest triple-A RPGs, navigating the throes of young love, the uncertainty of parenthood, and what we leave behind in our final days.
On PC, players will have more choices than ever. The PC version will support volumetric fog to amplify and enhance the striking, dreamlike watercolor art. Moreover, it will improve visibility with settings for color-blindness and adjusting the UI to increase or decrease dialogue font size. The devs will also add some quality-of-life improvements, including adjusted interaction points and travel shortcuts.
Todd Keller, director at Armature Studio, said:
“Where the Heart Leads is about the power of choice. We’re thrilled to give players more choices for where and how to experience Whit’s journey, a relatable story about where our choices in life take us. Are we the masters of our own fates, or does fate have other plans in store?”
Enjoy and stay tuned for more!
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