a tale of paper xbox

Originally released as a PS4 exclusive, and having picked up some decent awards in that time, the shape-shifting origami platformer that is known as A Tale of Paper is readying itself to burst onto further platforms, with launch on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC soon to take place.

Coming in Q3/Q4 2021, A Tale of Paper will arrive on the new formats with some all-new prequel chapters in tow, as the publishing team at Digerati and the creators of Open House Games allow a whole new range of player the chance to take in the puzzle platforming found within.

A Tale of Paper is a puzzle-platformer that tells the story of Line, a magical character made of paper who can use origami to change its shape. And this means the options are multiple for players as they get the chance to transform into a frog, a rocket, a bird and more as Line embarks on an emotional journey to fulfil the dream of its creator.

A puzzle-platformer starring a paper protagonist that can change into different forms, A Tale of Paper was originally released last year as a PS4 exclusive after winning the PlayStation Talents ‘Game of the Year’ award. Since its PS4 release, Open House Games has been working on new content for A Tale of Paper and all three of these new prequel chapters will launch with the new version of the game, with each in turn starring a new character with its own unique abilities.

Key features of A Tale of Paper include:

  • Paper shape transformations: Jump high as an origami frog! Turn into a paper plane and soar! Discover seven forms, each with its own pros and cons
  • A small hero in a big world: Overcome challenges, solve puzzles, and escape danger as you journey across beautifully crafted environments
  • A narrative without text: Explore each level and find hidden collectibles to unveil the heartfelt story behind A Tale of Paper
  • Discover bonus chapters: Complete the main adventure and unlock three prequel chapters, with a new character, new abilities, and new challenges

Want to know more? You could either sit back and wait for us to update you as to when that full release date for A Tale of Paper is known, or you could spend a little time with the latest Steam demo. Your call. Whatever you decide, let us know what you think of this delightful looking oragami platformer.

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