Since being in the spotlight at Microsoft’s E3 2018 conference, Tunic has never stopped making gamers dream. Those who’ve had the chance to get their hands on the game expect it all the more as the gameplay seems to be the rendezvous of artistic direction for this Zelda-esque one.
Once the slightest bit of information shows the tip of its snout regarding Andrew Shouldice’s fox, we can’t help but share it with you! It will be about that soon LudoNarraCon that we should have some news about the game. In fact, the online event will feature more than 40 independent games, including Tunic, as well as others that we are closely following, such as Adios or Lake, that are about to come to light. exclusively for the console on Xbox
During this convention, developers will stream their game directly to the respective games’ Steam pages, hold question and answer sessions with players, and some titles will even offer playable demos. Such is the case with Tunic, which should be addressed via a Steam demo available for a limited time. Meeting between the April 23rd and 26th therefore
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