Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the Pixar-esque activity experience about a youthful “Soul Guide” that was uncovered during Sony’s PlayStation 5 occasion in June, has been postponed. At the time it was set to be out in the not so distant future, yet designer Ember Lab said today that telecommuting due to the COVID-19 pandemic has eased back improvement more than it had trusted.
“Consequently, we have settled on the troublesome choice to postpone the arrival of Kena: Bridge of Spirits to Q1, 2021,” the studio said. “We have not settled on this choice daintily, however feel it is best for the game and prosperity of the group. We will utilize this opportunity to give the game the clean it merits and convey an encounter that lives up to our vision and your desires.”
The Kena of the title is a young lady who goes to a relinquished town looking for a hallowed mountain place of worship. While there, she finds spirits dissipated all through the backwoods, as she attempts to find the privileged insights of the lost, overlooked network, and draw upon the intensity of the Spirit Realm to reestablish its highness. She’ll likewise need to do fight with caught, ruined spirits, who will challenge her endeavors at each chance.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be accessible on PC through the Epic Games Store. To become familiar with the game hit up emberlab.com.