Story of Tales' Bientôt l'été launches on PC
Story of Tales is understood for creating obscure, typically creepy video games akin to The Path and The Graveyard. Its newest recreation, Bientôt l’été matches with the developer’s monitor document, although it seems to be rather more subdued and considerate in its tone in comparison with the aforementioned video games. From what we collect, gamers stroll round a seashore whereas gathering chess items and phrases to utilize within the close by café. It seems there’s even a button for closing your participant’s eyes within the recreation, which results in some fascinating visible results which are apparently extra mechanical in nature.
Bientôt l’été is now out there for PC and Mac for $10, with an “Extravagant” model out there for $forty that features the sport’s soundtrack and an eventual “particular construct” with larger res textures and uncompressed sound.
Story of Tales drew inspiration for the sport from novels by Marguerite Duras, particularly Moderato Cantabile, which supplies the essential setting for Bientôt l’été: “a person and a lady meet in a seaside café.” As for all the things else happening within the trailer, we’re as misplaced as you possible are. %Gallery-173500%