Cover Reveal – What’s Inside Our Kena: Bridge Of Spirits Issue

Last week, we revealed that Kena: Bridge of Spirits was the topic of our subsequent cowl story. Ember Lab debuted its action-adventure recreation at Sony’s first PlayStation 5 showcase, the place viewers bought to see a lush and harmful world – and a few useful little critters generally known as the Rot. That first glimpse was solely the start. In our 14-page cowl function, we take an in depth have a look at the world of Kena and learn the way a scrappy workforce went from obscurity to taking a spot on arguably the most important stage in gaming.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is as action-packed because the trailer confirmed, however that is solely a small a part of what it gives. Ember Lab put a stunning quantity of coronary heart into its first main launch, telling a narrative not of destruction or revenge, however a touching story about therapeutic and redemption. In our intensive function, we share tales about its growth – together with how they collaborated with conventional musicians to create Kena’s wonderful soundtrack – and likewise take a better have a look at the techniques and gameplay you can expertise for your self in just a few quick months. We noticed the sport operating on PlayStation 5 {hardware}, and relaxation assured that we spend plenty of time exploring what new potentialities the tech is opening up for the workforce. There’s a ton of data packed into our cowl story, and we could not be extra excited to share it with all of you.

Of course, that is not all you will discover in our subsequent concern. We’re beginning to transition to the following {hardware} technology, and we have got a pair of complementary options that spotlight the very best of the PlayStation four and Xbox One period. Whether you are searching for suggestions on the very best video games of the technology throughout quite a lot of genres and themes or are interested in which titles deserve particular accolades for his or her excellent achievements, we have got you coated. We’ve additionally bought a interview with Sucker Punch’s Nate Fox, the place he talks Sly Cooper and Ghost of Tsushima, along with a dialog with veteran voice actor Jennifer Hale. And Overwatch professional participant Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman shares how COVID-19 has modified the best way professional gamers are capable of compete. That’s along with the critiques, previews, and unique options and sections that you’ve got come to count on from Game Informer.

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