Indie publisher Digerati has announced it’ll be bringing hand-drawn puzzle platformer Unbound: Worlds Apart to Xbox and PlayStation consoles this coming February.
The game originally launched on PC and Nintendo Switch back in July. You play as Soli, a gifted mage with the power to open portals that can change the properties of the world he’s in. For example, one portal might inverse the gravity, another might slow down time and another still can give him super-strength.
You’ll use these skills as you journey across dangerous worlds filled with secrets and challenges. Your platforming skills and reflexes will be put to the test, and you’ll also unlock new skills as you progress. There’s ten different portals to use, each with their own mechanics. You’ll also meet a cast of weird and wonderful characters as you uncover more of the game’s story.
Expect challenging puzzles, plenty of traps and bosses to fight along the way. And of course like any good platformer worth its salt, expect plenty of hidden secrets, quests and collectibles to find too. You can check out a trailer for the game for yourself down below.
Unbound: Worlds Apart will launch on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on February 9. That’ll be followed by the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One release a day later, on February 10.
on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X
09 February 2022