Devolver Digital and Nomada Studio announced the release date for GRIS, a platformer with a striking visual style set to arrive onto PC, Mac, and Switch on December 13.
A voiceless, charming, and soothing experience that was revealed earlier this year, but has been roaming through Twitter for far longer than that. In the eyes of a young woman going through a mourning process. Her emotions are reflected in both her dress and her way to see the world, during a journey in which us, as players, will witness the growth of the character as she gains new abilities and faces challenges. Always without any sort of combat or penalty for losing, focusing on a relaxing experience instead.
GRIS is fuelled by the pens and stencils of a group of artists, illustrators, and graphic designers. Co-founders Adrián Cuevas and Roger Mendoza, ex-AAA developers, met the artist Conrad Roset in Barcelona. Now, all wrapped together with the music of Bernilist, they’re working in an experience for anyone, without severe punishing for mistakes and leaving the hardest platforming sections as optional routes.
Nomada Studio’s debut will be available in Switch, PC, and Mac on December 13. Make sure to visit the official site for more information, and don’t forget to give the developers a follow on Twitter.
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