Initially scheduled for the end of this year, then officially postponed to the first quarter of 2021, the release of Kena: Bridge of Spirits would now be set for the fourth quarter of 2021 according to Sony.
Unveiled last June among the games to be distributed on PlayStation 5, Kena: Bridge of Spirits aroused some curiosity from the players. The action-adventure game was announced for the end of this year 2020, but a few weeks ago, its release was nevertheless postponed to the first quarter of 2021. Developer Ember Lab explained this postponement by organizational difficulties during a pandemic and the need to use telework.
While the PlayStation 5 is currently launching in different regions of the world, the console of Sony boasts its catalog of games and on the official home console website, Kena: Bridge of Spirits certainly features prominently, but now has a release slated for Q4 2021. In other words, the game’s release would be therefore postponed by one year compared to the schedule initially envisaged. Obviously you will have to be patient.
For the record, Kena: Bridge of Spirits intends to embark the player in a story giving pride of place to exploration in an enchanting and dreamlike world. As part of his quest for the temple of the sacred mountain, the player will meet little spirits who work for the balance of nature, will have to venture into an impenetrable forest and lift the veil on the buried mysteries of the universe of Game…