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Story-driven action-adventure game, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, is coming to the PC via Epic Games Store

Ember Lab has revealed a new story-driven action-adventure, Kena: Bridge of Spirits. As the press release reads, the game seamlessly blends narrative with exploration, puzzle-solving, and fast-paced combat for a beautiful, immersive journey.

This gorgeous adventure takes players on a journey of self-discovery. In this game, Kena will restore balance to an ancient village in a once-thriving environment. Players take on the role of Kena; a young Spirit Guide on a quest to uncover the mysterious story surrounding the demise of the village. Using her staff and the help of her collection of tiny companions known as the Rot, the player will disarm adversaries, unlock new skills, uncover secrets, and restore the beauty of the land.

One of the most unique aspects of the game revolves around enhancing Kena’s abilities with the help of her Rot companions. Building a bond with the Rot leads to a deeper, more organic combat and a nuanced skill evolution.

Mike Grier, chief creative officer of Ember Lab, said:

“We’ve had this game concept for some time. And we’re finally able to bring our vision to life with the support from Sony and the capabilities of the new hardware. We want Kena: Bridge of Spirits to immerse the player in a detailed, fantastical world that feels real.”

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is coming to the PC in Holiday 2020. Moreover, this game will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store. Unfortunately, Ember Lab has not announced whether the game will come out on other digital stores.

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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Announcement Trailer

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