A new trailer has been revealed for Dreamfall Chapters, showing off some of the new content that will be included in the “Final Cut” version that has been developed for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The new trailer introduces viewers to the two main characters of Dreamfall Chapters and runs through the story of the previous games in the series. The game itself is an episodic 3D adventure game that takes place in two parallel worlds. One is a futuristic cyberpunk version of Earth while the other is a traditional magical fantasy world, with the game switching between the two throughout the story. It focuses on puzzle solving, exploring the world, and the interactions between the different characters.
Dreamfall Chapters originally released in five different episodes between October 2014 and June 2016. This latest release combines all of those episodes into one collection and includes some new extra content. It also includes a number of improvements and enhancements, such as new character models, better animations and lighting, and a significantly expanded soundtrack.
The game is set to launch on both PS4 and Xbox One on May 5, with a PC release following shortly afterwards.
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