Play her spirit and travel through 3 acts unique to the members of her band for a final farewell concert. Face their emotions, solve puzzles and fight the corruption plaguing their souls.
Everyone deals with loss and trauma differently. Discover how Kirk the pianist, JB the bassist, and Sebastian the drummer experience emotions differently through depression, anxiety, and rage. As Nina’s spirit, use the power of your voice to interact with the psyches of the musicians.Transform into a swarm of butterflies to navigate through dangerous parts of the human subconscious and make the forest green again.
Reigniting the musical spark of the musicians through generators of encouragement will provide small snippets of the Quartet’s past and how they came together. Discover why the musicians decided to move deep into the woods.
The Forest Quartet is a minimalistic narrative experience. There are no written descriptions in-game. With visual cues on how to interact with the world, challenges will progress steadily in difficulty without removing the story as the main point of focus.
- Sing to interact with objects, create light with your fingertips. Glide, float, and transform into butterflies to explore the band members’ psyches.
- Environments and objects add unique layers to the soundtrack. Whether it be crackling forest fires or the cold winds from the deep caverns.
- Live through heartbreak and loss. Recover from grief and restore the band’s musical spark.
- No written descriptions or instructions, progressively gain powers for your travels.
- Short and sweet. Can be played in one evening or picked up for a little while every night of the week.
The Forest Quartet is coming to PS4, PS5 and PC (Steam) on December 8, 2022 for $9.99 / £8.50 / €9.75 and is localized in 16 languages.
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