Last week, we exposed that Kena: Bridge of Spirits was the topic of our next cover story. Ember Lab debuted its action-adventure video game at Sony’s initially PlayStation 5 display, where audiences got to see a lavish and unsafe world – and some useful little animals referred to as the Rot. That initially look was just the start. In our 14-page cover function, we take a substantial take a look at the world of Kena and discover how a scrappy group went from obscurity to taking an area on probably the most significant phase in video gaming.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is as action-packed as the trailer revealed, however that’s just a little part of what it uses. Ember Lab put an unexpected quantity of heart into its very first significant release, narrating not of damage or vengeance, however a touching tale about recovery and redemption. In our comprehensive function, we share stories about its advancement – consisting of how they worked together with standard artists to develop Kena’s incredible soundtrack – and likewise take a more detailed take a look at the systems and gameplay you’ll have the ability to experience on your own in a couple of brief months. We saw the video game working on PlayStation 5 hardware, and felt confident that we invest a great deal of time exploring what brand-new possibilities the tech is opening up for the group. There’s a lots of info loaded into our cover story, and we could not be more ecstatic to share it with all of you.

Of course, that’s not all you’ll discover in our next problem. We’re beginning to shift to the next hardware generation, and we have actually got a set of complementary functions that highlight the very best of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One age. Whether you’re trying to find suggestions on the very best video games of the generation throughout a range of categories and styles or wonder about which titles are worthy of unique awards for their impressive accomplishments, we have actually got you covered. We’ve likewise got a interview with Sucker Punch’s Nate Fox, where he talks Sly Cooper and Ghost of Tsushima, in addition to a discussion with experienced voice star Jennifer Hale. And Overwatch professional gamer Dusttin “Dogman” Bowerman shares how COVID-19 has actually altered the method professional gamers have the ability to contend. That’s in addition to the evaluations, sneak peeks, and unique functions and areas that you have actually pertained to get out of Game Informer.

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