Today in a press release put out by PQube they’ve announced their upcoming game, Evergate, from the developers at Stone Lantern Games.

Evergate is a 2D puzzle-platformer that reminds me pretty strongly of 2015’s Ori and the Blind Forest both in terms of visuals as well as it’s in primary mechanic, where your character can latch on to certain objects and use it to launch itself in in the opposite direction similarly to Ori‘s bash ability. It does look to be more than a simple clone however, as if they took the ability in Ori and the Blind Forest and expanded upon it. Evergate also includes collectable artifacts which grant different abilities. Checkout the trailer below to see it in action. It does have a rather appealing looking aesthetic.



Evergate has no release date at this time, but PQube is aiming to have it on a PC, Switch, PS4 and XBox One near you sometime later this year. Checkout the press release below for more information:

Mythical 2D puzzle-platformer Evergate announced

Save your kindred spirit on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC later this year!

PQube (London, UK) – May 6th, 2020 – Today, PQube and developer Stone Lantern Games are spirited to announce Evergate for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/Steam!
The expansive 2D puzzle-platformer features a unique align-to-shoot mechanic. With it, players skillfully guide the child-like soul named Ki through a mythical story of dreams, memories and reincarnation.
A heartwarming epic, spanning life, death, space and time.
Open ended puzzles,
inviting many solutions.
A world filled with immense power,
locked in crystalline form.
Hand-drawn artwork, which creates wonder in every moment.
Empowering artifacts
to upgrade KI and the Soulflame.
A rich soundtrack, evoking the magic of Ki’s and your journey.
Evergate will release for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/Steam later this year!
Aaron Evangelisti
Aaron is a lifelong video games enthusiast who's been playing since the days of the NES. He enjoys just about all types of games from RPGs, to platformers, to strategy. He also fancies himself a bit of a writer so writing about video games makes sense, right?