Awaceb has released a new in-depth video showcasing all-new gameplay, environments and story elements from its upcoming open-world adventure game, Tchia. In this video, Game Director Phil Crifo guides viewers through a typical day in Tchia.
Players will take an extended look at the game’s gorgeous New Caledonia-inspired setting and watch as Tchia traverses a variety of true-to-life landscapes with her unique soul-jumping abilities.
Traveling across the landscape, Tchia can run, jump or glide vast distances, as long as her stamina is up. But other methods of getting around are much faster, or at least, more unique. Tchia can climb to the top of a tree and catapult herself across the canopy, as well as climb almost any larger obstacle, whether rocks or mountains. Tchia’s soul-jumping ability also allows her to quickly hop into the body of almost any animal or inanimate object. Thus, players can explore the ocean depths as a dolphin, or traverse distances by sky as a seagull.
Additionally, players will have to use everything at their disposal to take the Maano (strange fabric creatures). Players can choose between burning the cloth menaces with lanterns or stunning them with Tchia’s trusty slingshot. Soul-jumping also offers additional solutions, with Tchia being able to control a nearby lantern and fling it at an enemy.
Furthermore, Tchia will have a trusty ukulele that will help her on her journey. By playing a few chords on it, players can change the world around them. With a few simple strums, players can change the time of day, weather or use powerful magic abilities.
Tchia will be coming to PC in Spring 2023!
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