Gamers have been launched to developer Cococumber’s Echo Generation throughout Xbox’s Summer Games Fest, the pre-show for Xbox Games Showcase. The voxel-art RPG takes the “charming children embark on a supernatural journey” vibe of EarthBound and Stranger Things and combines it with traditional role-playing trappings. In collaboration with The Game Awards, gamers can take the sport for a spin with a limited-time demo that might be accessible on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, and runs from tomorrow, December 8, to December 15.

Echo Generation is about in a small Canadian city through the summer season of 1993, the place unusual occurrences result in the looks of terrifying monsters. Because adults are normally nugatory in such eventualities, that leaves a bunch of succesful kids to struggle again. The demo stars Dylan and his “Little Sister” who hit the neighborhood to battle sassy raccoons and big clown monsters in turn-based battles. In between fights gamers can gather comedian books, snacks, and seek for clues to uncover hidden forces of evil. The voxel presentation seems to be nice and runs at 4K on Xbox Series X, and 60 fps on each current-gen Xbox consoles. 

Echo Generation is about to launch someday in 2021. For extra on what to anticipate from The Game Awards, they’re going to be some Dragon Age 4 information, a brand new Among Us map, and undoubtedly not Halo Infinite.