Unravel Releases On February 9th, Gets New Screenshots & Trailer

Coldwood Interactive and Electronic Arts today announced that Unravel will be available worldwide on February 9th via digital download on Origin for PC. In order to celebrate this announcement, EA released a new set of screenshots and a trailer for Unravel that can be viewed below.

Martin Sahlin, Creative Director at Coldwood, said:

“Gaming is a powerful platform, able to inspire players and touch their hearts. With Unravel, we’re hoping to do just that. Yarny’s quest is to mend broken bonds and the yarn represents the love and connection between people. Along the way, we’ll test your cleverness with environment-based puzzles inspired by our home in Northern Sweden.”

As the press release reads, Unravel is a game all about overcoming obstacles, both big and small.

“Using Yarny’s small thread and big heart, players will traverse through the breath-taking, lush environments of Northern Scandinavia in this unique physics-based puzzle platformer. Some challenges are simple, like using Yarny’s thread to swing across a gap, or rappel down a tree. But others are more complex, and players will need to use Yarny’s thread in clever and creative ways to find the path forward. Whatever the case, no feat is too big for Yarny. Along the way, unlock a heartfelt story about love and longing, and the ties that bind, with Yarny as the red thread that runs through it all.”

Enjoy!

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Unravel: Official Story Trailer

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