A journey of mystery and intrigue awaits players this summer as the release date for Relicta on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia is confirmed.
Coming from the Spanish independent developers of Mighty Polygon, and pushed out to the masses via the might of Koch Media, Relicta has today received a fully confirmed Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia release date. It’ll be this August when you’ll be able to find yourself immersed in a new physics-based puzzler; one in which every step provides a new challenge, and every corner tells a new tale.
August 4th 2020 is the date you need to be adding to your diary as it is then when we’ll see Relicta release on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia. And if you do get drawn into the puzzling gameplay, will find yourself heading to the moon with a new lunar mission which looks to unravel the secrets of a research facility.
By understanding the enigma of Relicta – a first-person physics-based puzzle game – you will find yourself playing through things via the eyes of a scientist, utilising your creativity to play with the laws of physics, utilizing magnetism, polarity and gravity to discover the secrets of a research facility on the moon. It is Chandra Base which will test your scientific skills, and as things progress you’ll fast discover that they are the only thing that can keep your daughter alive.
If you’re looking for a new adventure in which you will find your way around the enigmatic, terraformed craters and investigate different locations and ecosystems, Relicta looks to be it. But will you rush straight ahead and try to reach safety, or take your time to gather clues and unravel the intrigues of 22nd century orbital politics? Whatever route you decide to take, you’ll be sure that it is within the eternal darkness of the lunar craters that the most hardcore secrets lie.
We’ll be sure to let you know when Relicta rolls out on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Google Stadia. If you can’t wait till August though then a demo will be available as part of the Steam Game Festival, Summer Edition, from 16th June.