Nextyear, The Far Shore will require a free campaign expansion, according to JETT

Nextyear, The Far Shore will require a free campaign expansion, according to JETT

JETT: In early 2023, The Far Shore will be expanded for free.

The campaign will take place three years after the main game''s events, formerly known as Given Time.

The sci-fi game developed by Superbrothers A/V was released on PlayStation consoles and PCs a year ago, but if you''re not yet to play it, a demo will be available as part of Steam''s Next Fest from 3rd October.

BEHOLD on YouTube! JETT: The Far Shore + Given Time

The demo showcases the game''s prologue, known as 0.Embark.

"We''re pleased to have another JETT campaign to offer. Given Time will continue and conclude Mei''s story, while progressing and resolving key story threads that were left intentionally dangling at the end of The Far Shore," said Craig D. Adams, co-creator at Superbrothers A/V.

"This new program is significantly more free-roaming and player-driven, and we''re getting more out of our distinct ecosystem-puzzling and light survival systems this time out, but not to worry, we aren''t shy about seeing some cosmic prog rock spectacle in unexpected locations."

JETT: The Far Shore is a single-player adventure that sees players explore a mythical ocean planet and adapting to a complex, system-open world.

The game follows Superbrother A/V''s previous release of the Sword & Sworcery EP.

Edwin described the game as "unresolved in a decent way," which isn''t something I can say about the game''s awkward playstyles. Now, with this new campaign, we should have a stronger resolution after all.

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