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A six-minute long gameplay footage from the upcoming third part appeared on YouTube. The video presents a fragment of the story early into the game, soon after Kate Walker wakes up from a coma and tries to leave an asylum where she has been taken to in unclear circumstances. No big spoilers in the video, however, if you want to experience the full story completely unspoiled, think twice before launching it.
A new release date for Syberia 3 has been announced by Microids – the third installment in the classic adventure game series designed by Benoît Sokal will launch on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on April 25 in North America and on April 20 in Europe. Along with this announcement comes a new trailer, which is almost as exciting as that of a next Call of Duty. Apart from the aforementioned platforms, Syberia 3 is also to hit Nintendo Switch console, but there is no release date for this version yet.
The long-awaited sequel to the cult winter-themed adventure game series is not going to make it out this year after all. Microids have made an announcement that Syberia 3 had been delayed to the first quarter of 2017. Benoit Sokal, the father of the Syberia franchise, said he’s both disappointed and relieved. Disappointed, because he’d love to see the game out as soon as possible, and relieved, as he wants to provide his fans with the best experience possible.
Metroid prepared a new package of screenshots from Syberia 3, the long-awaited sequel to the cult adventure game series by Benoît Sokal. The pictures give a glimpse of the Youkol village visited by Kate Walker, the long-standing protagonist of the series, at the outset of her new adventure, as well as the inside of Steiner’s workshop, where the local automatons are made. The screenshots actually make us feel optimistic about the game. While a year ago the graphics could raise serious concerns among fans, in its current state Syberia 3 does well to preserve Sokal’s unique art style.
The long-anticipated Syberia III, sequel to the cult classic adventure game series by Benoit Sokal, is going to launch on December 1, 2016 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. This information was passed on by Game Informer and confirmed in the debut dev diary video that shows off the game’s technological evolution and some fragments of gameplay. Syberia III will allow the players to freely manipulate in-game objects instead of simply examining them or picking them up. Game Informer also found out about dialogue trees being able to affect the story as well as environmental puzzles.