Songbird Symphony Demo and Narrative Trailer Released
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Today a demo for the musical platforming title Songbird Symphony is now out on the PS store and the eShop in Europe. It will come to the eShop in North America on July 15. Along with that a new trailer for the game was also released. You can take a look at the press release for it below.
PQube (London, UK) – July 11th, 2019 – Today, PQube and developer Joysteak Studios are happy to release a demo and new trailer for the upcoming musical platformer Songbird Symphony! The cinematic highlights the start and first hurdles of little Birb’s journey to learn about his true legacy when the game releases for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC worldwideonJuly 25th. Will you help him sing and dance his way to it?
The demo can be downloaded via PSN, the European Nintendo eShop and Steam. It will be available on the North American eShop on July 15th.
Songbird Symphony is a musical adventure that tells the heartfelt story of Birb. Somewhat like in “The Ugly Duckling“, the other birds reject the chick for looking different, but that doesn’t keep Birb down as he embarks on an adventure to find out about his heritage.
Birb is a small orphaned bird that one day wakes up in a strange forest. He won’t be alone thanks to Uncle Pea but he can’t help but wonder if it is truly the place he belongs to.
The legend says owls are wise and know everything. It certainly is the case for Owl, who will guide Birb along his journey and watch over his well-being.
Uncle Peacock is a deeply caring but slightly hyperactive parental figure to Birb. He is the proud inventor of the famous Uncle Peas’ Smooth Moves.
Egbert doesn’t talk much, because he doesn’t have a beak, but that doesn’t prevent him from being understood by his most faithful, and only friend, Birb.