Domino Digital Ltd. announced today their upcoming new puzzle story game called Peregrin. Set in a sci-fi/fanstasy mix environment, journey through a world with harsh mountain terrains, beautiful scenery, mysterious ventures and curious creatures. The game progresses as a voiced narrative in a game fill with exploration and puzzles.

Founder of Domino Digital, Dan Walters had this to say in regards to their studio’s upcoming new title”

“We’re very excited to be releasing Peregrin this year. We’ve put a lot of love and hard work into this game and we can’t wait for players to experience Abi’s story as she crosses the wasteland to save her tribe”.

Here’s a complete rundown on the game’s unique features that’ll come included once launched. Check out its announcement trailer down below, along with newly release in-game images.

Peregrin is a story puzzle game, combining myth, fantasy and sci-fi.

Peregrin’s story is a moving take on the struggle to overcome both personal and collective loss – beautifully realised in an epic mythical style.

Take control of Abi as she leaves her scavenger tribe to embark upon an epic journey into the wastelands of the divide. Mysterious monoliths and strange artefacts await her there, revealing the secrets of these fallen lands.

Peregrin’s absorbing gameplay revolves around the use of Abi’s arcane powers. Use them to take temporary control of the creatures you encounter – from simple animals to the divide’s hostile guardians. Turn the unique abilities of each creature to your advantage in solving puzzles and surviving battles.

Key Features

  • A rich and immersive narrative, fully voiced in English
  • 5 chapters comprising over 60 visually stunning scenes
  • Intuitive and rewarding gameplay, featuring the unique creature possession mechanic
  • Bespoke art style inspired by canonical sci-fi artists such as John Harris and Moebius
  • Custom composed musical score for a fully cinematic experience
  • Full controller support

Peregrin is slated to release later this year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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