Cris Tales Coming to Several Platforms Next Year

Friday, November 15th, 2019

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Out of X019 comes the announcement that Cris Tales is coming to PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4 next year. Publisher Modus Games also announced that it will simultaneously be available on Xbox Games Pass. The indie title is a love letter to classic JRPGs. The game debuted as a “sleeper hit” at E3 this year. Players will team up with a fiery protagonist known as Crisbell. She is a heroine with the ability to influence events across simultaneous visions of past and future. Here is the game’s announcement trailer from E3:

 

Developed by SYCK and Dreams Uncorporated, Cris Tales takes place in the world of Crystallis and draws design inspiration from Columbian architecture. The world of Crystallis is filled with beautiful, hand-drawn views overflowing with vibrant color. However, the fate of this troubled land is in the hands of Crisbell, and all because a fell Empress is seemingly willing to destroy the world for her own benefit.

You can find out more about the game at its official website. According to the press release, there is a playable demo available for those who really want to try out the game now. It can be found on both Steam and GOG.

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