Pre-Orders for Iris.Fall are Now Open on Consoles

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PM Studios is excited to announce that pre-orders for Iris.Fall on consoles are now open. The game’s console launch is right around the corner, with it coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox, and PlayStation on January 7th, 2021. The digital version has a price tag of $19.99, while the physical edition will set you back $39.99. Pre-orders get you an exclusive digital OST. Here is their recent announcement trailer from PAX East 2020:

 

Iris.Fall combines a unique and interesting art style with clever puzzles and innovative gameplay. Players will discover a mysterious story full of wonder. The main emphasis of the game is on light and shadow. After waking up from a dream, Iris finds herself following a black cat, which leads her into an abandoned theater. Iris will make her way through a labyrinth of light and dark, while slowly realizing that everything in this place seems to connect back to her in some way. What exactly is going on here?

As you may or may not be aware, Iris.Fall has been on Steam already for a while now. It launched there back on December 7th of 2018. So if you’re a PC gamer, you don’t have to wait to get it.

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