Yesterday Origins is a new adventure game that releases tomorrow

Microids and Pendulo Studios released today the launch trailer for Yesterday Origins. Yesterday Origins is an adventure game co-produced by Microids and Pendulo Studios that is scheduled for release on November 10th.

Ramón Hernáez, Game Director and co-Founder of Pendulo Studios, said:

“Developing a game is one of the best things that one can do for a living, and developing Yesterday Origins is one of the best experiences we’ve ever had. Now we’ll stop having fun with it: it’s the players’ turn to enjoy it as much as we have. We’re sad and happy at the same time and, of course, extremely excited!”

In Yesterday Origins, gamers immerse themselves in a challenging quest full of unexpected turns, solve complex puzzles and mysterious riddles to discover the origin of the immortal power that so many covet…

With an original visual style and story, touched by the unique offbeat humour that helped Pendulo Studios’ success, Yesterday Origins brings players in a journey around the world and through time.

The game is fully dubbed in French and English (more than 25 main characters) and boasting an original score. With more than 20 years’ experience in story-driven videogames, Pendulo hits the mark with its first-ever 3D game while conserving its unique graphic style. The graphic novel inspired look is enhanced for the first time by one-of-a-kind visual effects (dynamic shadows, physics engine, etc.).


Yesterday Origins | Launch Trailer | Microids & Pendulo Studios

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