cris tales

Cris Tales is getting set to deliver a classic JRPG adventure to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC in 2021, but before 2020 is out we’re getting a chance to check out the breathtaking world that will hold it all together, as Modus Games push out a super in-depth video with a ton of detail.

Due to hit Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S ,PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC in 2021 for a price of £34.99, Cris Tales from Modus Games and the development teams at Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK is getting set to provide gamers with one of the most classic of JRPG tales of recent years. A Colombian love letter to the genre, the fantastical world of Cris Tales will see us harnessing surreal power and given the chance to make some hugely meaningful choices.

The video that has been released today sees us join protagonist Crisbell as she discovers her incredible ability to observe and manipulate past and future visions of her surroundings at any time. With a little help from her dapper amphibian ally, Crisbell’s power can be used to shape a brighter future, changing both the lives of those around her and the wider world.

You can take in the video below these words, and it’ll give a first look at the game’s Synchro system in combat which allows team members to combine their skills for powerful results. With a gorgeous reactive environment in place, this is certainly one to keep an eye on.

Should you be holding out for a new JRPG, or are just up for the opportunity to fight and explore across the past, present, and future simultaneously, then Cris Tales on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC is highly likely going to be for you. If you wish to check out a little more of the gameplay, hit up the free demo which is available on the Xbox Store, PlayStation Store, Nintendo eShop, Steam, and GOG.

Failing that, hold tight until release next year. As always, we’ll be here to bring you further development progress and news of the confirmed release date as and when we can.

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