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8 minutes of new gameplay footage from Kena: Bridge of Spirits

YouTube’s ‘Cycu1’ has shared a new video, showing 8 minutes of new gameplay footage from Kena: Bridge of Spirits. According to the YouTuber, Ember Lab has provided him this unedited gameplay footage. Moreover, he has marked it as PC gameplay footage, though this could be a mistake. Either way, this video can give you an idea of what you can expect from it.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits aims to seamlessly blend 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.

The game was originally meant to come out in Holiday 2020. However, and due to the COVID19 pandemic, Ember Lab delayed it until August 24th.

Lastly, Cycu1 plans to share another gameplay video in a couple of hours. Thus, I’ll be sure to add this upcoming video in this story too. Oh, and you can find here the game’s official PC system requirements!

Kena: Bridge of Spirits - Exploration Showcase - PC 4K 60 FPS New Unedited Gameplay

Kena: Bridge of Spirits - Combat System Showcase - PC 4K 60 FPS New Unedited Gameplay

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