Unravel to Launch on February 9, 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC
All video game lovers, be ready for the new present coming very soon on the eve of festive season, Christmas and New Year. Unravel, an indie strategy game out of Sweden first showcased at E3 2015 in Los Angeles, is about to launch is less than two months on February 9, 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the PC. Dan Mitre, EA community manager, described Unravel as ‘a physics-based puzzle platformer where you play as Yarny, a tiny new character made from a single thread of yarn that slowly unravels as you move”.
Martin Sahlin, creative director at Coldwood, showed that Unravel would be a side-scrolling adventure with eye-catching views courtesy of where the makers are from: Scandinavia during the launch of trailer in August. Another trailer released on Monday via the game's Twitter account announced Unravel's release date for all three platforms. Also, the trailer provided users with a glimpse at the variety of environments and challenges they can expect to face come February.
Coldwood Interactive, a small indie game studio based out of northern Sweden, is the developer of the game. The whole game revolves around the character Yarny, who loses yarn, which unravels as he walks. Unravel was awarded as the ‘Best Strategy Game’ at Gamescom in August. Those who are interested in purchasing the game can pre-order it for current-gen consoles and the computer, starting at Rs. 1,498 through the PlayStation Store, Rs. 1,499 for PC via Origin, and Rs. 1,500 for the Xbox One.
In order to win the game, player must have to finish all the levels before the whole yarn from the Yarny’s body gets finished. Unravel is right on the money with its description. It requires ingenuity and creativity with an application of physics to further your progress in game. Coldwood officials admit that there are a few touches of magic in the game, but it is grounded in realism.
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