This is a moving narrative journey about old lies

This is a moving narrative journey about old lies

The New Sunset Visitors adventure focuses on discovering the present.

Fellow Traveller, an Indie publisher, has revealed a new collaboration with a studio on its first game. It''s a narrative adventure from the Sunset Visitor, which will be available for PC and Switch in 2023.

This is the first game from a Vancouver-based Sunset Visitor, and it has an interesting plot behind it. As a clone named WATCHER, the player is thrust into a mysterious moment in which the air is unbreathable.

The player can discover memories and pasties of the ALLMOTHER, the last surviving human, through this journey. It may also be possible to discover the truth.

The visual is striking. Today''s reveal trailer certainly made an impression on me. It looks like the team is using a variety of influences into the project.

In a press release, we are a group of artists with extensive experience in dance, theater, music, film, visual arts, and new media. It''s truly a manifesto of this diversity, according to Sunset Visitor founder, CEO, and creative director Remy Siu.

Siu claims that the team is a part of the Asian-Canadian diaspora and draws on their experiences as first and second generations immigrants. The filmmaker also cites Yoko Taro, Red Candle Games, Satoshi Kon, and the theatre of Robert Wilson. This sci-fi story is awash in the Asian-Canadian psyche, according to Siu.

Future days

It''s a powerful sound from a first-time studio. Fellow Traveller has been pretty adept at picking up interesting narrative titles. The publisher has been behind games such as, and.

This blend of extremely cinematic design and style is striking, with lots of interesting color, lighting, effects, and angles in the trailer. It''s visually interesting, and it''s got me interested in how the story itself will play out.

Sunset Visitor sets its sights on a PC and Nintendo Switch launch in 2023.

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