Promising to deliver a ‘Slice-of-life adventure’, A Space for the Unbound has today been announced for Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC, with a launch due in the latter stages of 2021. And just to ensure the hype is real, a full Gamescom Prologue is playable right now.
Due to hit Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam in Q3 2021, A Space for the Unbound is the latest from PQube – they behind the upcoming Nexomon: Extinction – and Mojiken Studio, as it prepares to drop us into a narrative adventure that is set in late 90s rural Indonesia.
It is here where you’ll discover a tale about overcoming anxiety, depression, and the relationship between a boy and a girl; a boy and girl who just so happen to come complete with supernatural powers. And by accompanying Atma and Raya, you’ll get to follow them in their journey of self-discovery at the end of their high school years.
- Explore ’90s Indonesia – Set in a small town inspired by 90s era rural Indonesia, A Space for The Unbound presents an endearing story-driven experience with a vibrant environment waiting to be explored.
- Dive Minds, Inception-style – Use your powers to dive into people’s minds, traverse between the real world and the surreal world. Experience the townsfolk’s memories and uncover secrets about the town and its people.
- Investigate Supernatural Events – High school is almost over when suddenly a mysterious supernatural power is unleashed. First, there’s a meteor, then there’s a giant cat beast appearing out of nowhere, and now the world is falling apart.
- Makoto Shinkai Inspired Aesthetics – Feast your eyes with Makoto Shinkai-inspired anime pixel art aesthetics and art direction.
A Prologue of A Space for the Unbound is available to play for free right now at the gamescom Indie Arena Booth Online as well as on Steam. If you don’t fancy doing that, then the announcement trailer is right below. Give it a watch and let us know what you think about the arrival of A Space for the Unbound on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC by posting in the comments.