Any game that has a grizzled companion called Ted E. Bear is on to a winner in our books and today Bear With Me has gone and got itself a release window!

Due to arrive on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch come Q2 2018, Bear With me is a noire point and clicker that sees us following a young girl and her imaginary friends.

Whilst a PC Collector’s Edition is available right now, with the first episode going for free, it’s the console version we are worried about and should you be in the market for a new detective story, should find that Bear With Me delivers. The console version of Bear With Me will come with all three episodes bundled as one, and featuring full English voiceovers with French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian subtitles.

Bear With Me will see you helping 10 year-old Amber and her wise-cracking, chain-smoking companion, Ted E. Bear, solve puzzles, search for clues and question suspects as they head off on the search for her lost sibling in the hand-drawn, monochromatic world that is Paper City.

By interviewing a diverse cast of toys that have been brought to life by the power of her imagination, you’ll stumble across the likes of the Mugshot Brothers – an infamous pair of toy rabbits who love nothing more than mugging their kid patrons – alongside other bizarre, rather lovable residents who will be happy to spout off witty one-liners and pop culture puns.

“Console players will soon get a chance to experience the hilarious and heartfelt journey of Amber and Ted,” said Andrej Kovacevic, Game Director, Exordium Games. “Anyone who wants to see why Bear With Me is worth their time can play the first episode for free, and the Collector’s Edition is there for those who want to dig deeper.”

If you’re on PC, then it may well be worth your time giving Bear With Me a little look. If not, or you’d prefer to take in the adventures of Amber and Ted E. Bear on console, then hold on a little longer. We’ll be sure to let you know once that full release date is here.

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