Remember when we found Edna & Harvey looking for Harvey’s New Eyes back in 2019? Well, the daring duo are back and this summer we’ll be seeing Edna & Harvey: The Breakout – Anniversary Edition launch on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PS4.
Coming from the team at Daedalic Entertainment, the award-winning adventure game Edna & Harvey: The Breakout – Anniversary Edition will launch for the first time on consoles in summer 2020, with launch hitting Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
Based in Hamburg, The Breakout – Anniversary Edition promises to deliver yet another crazy adventure, one in which the main protagonist Edna plots her escape from a mental institution. As always, she’ll only be successful with the help of her sage adviser, a plush bunny called Harvey.
The route out of this incarceration is however utterly littered with devious puzzles, all of which will need to be worked out in order for success to be found. And just for good measure, a decent old smattering of pop culture references and some truly fun times are promised as well.
Originally released back in 2008, this quirky cult adventures set new standards within the genre. Now though it is set to captivate a whole new generation of console gamers with its new Anniversary Edition on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. If you’re after a classic point-and-click adventure in an all-new guise, this delivers.
As you would expect to hear though, for the anniversary edition, the iconic graphics have been redrawn from scratch and converted to HD without distorting the distinctive art style of the original or Harvey’s New Eyes. Further improvements to the interface and a control system adapted to consoles have also been implemented.
- The award-winning story and puzzle design of the original for the first time for console players
- 20+ hours of adventurous gaming fun
- Unique comic style, with beautiful cel-shaded visuals
- Many funny characters and exciting dialogues
- Switch between original and modern HD graphics at any time
- Improved control mechanics and user interface for console
We’ll be sure to bring you a release date and further info as and when we can. For now though, let us know in the comments if you’ll be getting involved.