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Drizzlepath: Deja Vu from Eastasiasoft and Tonguç Bodur is the latest walking simulator to roll out onto Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch. If you’re after a bit of a surreal experience, this is one to take in. 

Available to purchase right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch, Drizzlepath: Deja Vu follows on from the previous collaboration between Eastasiasoft and Bodur in Lucid Cycle to once again push forth a rather mysterious world. It’s here where you’ll take on the role of a nameless guy left climbing high, working his way up a mountain in order to try and find some answers; answers to questions about existence and past memories. 

There’s a chance that Drizzlepath: Deja Vu will appeal massively to the many walking simulator fans out there, and one look at the screenshots and trailer will probably be enough to kick anyone off the fence; whether that be for a full purchase, or a total walk away. We’ll be sure to get hands on in the coming days though, delivering our review thoughts as to why this one should – or shouldn’t – be played. 

If you do fancy picking it up, the Xbox Store will do the business. It’ll cost you £5.79. You’ll also find Drizzlepath: Deja Vu on PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch for roughly the same price. 

Game Description:

Embark on an epic journey of self-discovery while pondering the nature of life itself! A vast and mysterious world lies before you, one that hides the truth of your existence and echoes the memory of past lives. As the tenth game created by Tonguç Bodur, Drizzlepath: Deja Vu is a reimagining of his first creation, a standalone experience accessible by any kind of player. In Drizzlepath: Deja Vu, you’ll take the role of a nameless man climbing towards a mountaintop in search of answers. Witness events as you explore, each gradually adding to the larger existential narrative. Ponder the enigmatic and cyclical nature of memory through abstract storytelling and beautifully detailed environments, punctuated by ominous imagery that’s more mysterious than it is frightening, a beacon to guide you forward.

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