Romantic Space Adventure, Haven, Lands on Several Systems

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The romantic space adventure, Haven, has just arrived on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Epic Games store. It was already available on the Xbox family of systems (in Game Pass), and PlayStation 5.

 

Lovers Yu and Kay have fled to an unknown planet to start a new life together. You’ll glide across the planet’s landscapes in search of parts and materials. You can craft, cook meals, and live your romantic life. You’ll also need materials and parts if you want to fix up your ship and transform it into a much comfier place to live. Unfortunately, your new life is not paradise. You’ll need to fight those who seek to tear your love apart. Combat involves synchronizing actions of the two characters for maximum effect. Above all else, you must keep your relationship alive!

Haven‘s Creative Director, Emeric Thoa, had this to say about the game:

Since the release of Haven in December, we have received fantastic feedbacks from the players with 96% of positive evaluations on Steam over the last 30 days. We took the necessary time to fine-tune the game for PS4 and Switch and didn’t want to rush these versions. Haven is an especially good fit on these platforms: the Switch comes with two joy-cons and is co-op-ready, and Haven being inspired by Journey and Persona, it’s also a good match with the Playstation audience.

Lastly, here are a few screenshots of the game in action:

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