Forward to the Sky for Switch delayed to early 2021 – Gematsu

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Publisher Cosen and developer Animu Game have delayed the Switch version of third-person action adventure game Forward to the Sky form its previously planned 2020 release window to early 2021.

Additionally, the companies announced that Tamako Miyazaki will voice the protagonist Princess and Megumi Sakuragi will voice the Witch and Crystal. Mao Amatsuka, who sang the theme song for Panty Party, which was also developed by Animu Game, will sing the theme song for Forward to the Sky as well.

The Switch version of Ever Forward to the Sky will be playable at upcoming game events such as Digital Games Expo 2020, which will take place on November 29 in Akihabara, Tokyo.

Forward to the Sky first launched for PC via Steam in January 2015.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Story

Once upon a time, there was a great tower in the sky. People were mining crystal with delight during the prosperous days. Until that disaster happened… Time past, the history had been forgotten. And now, it emerged from the clouds again—the sky tower.

Gameplay

Reveal the story of the sky tower!

Forward to the Sky is a third-person action adventure game in the sky tower ruin. You are going to collect all the crystal pieces to connect the story and everything will be revealed once Princess reaches the top level.

Feature

Puzzle platforming, a game features a mixture of puzzles, action and adventure. Relaxing mood, bright art, adventurous but peaceful music, simple control and combat. A game everyone are able to finish and provides additional fun of difficulty to hardcore players.

There are six unique levels to be explored. Battle the elements, run through the traps and play with interactive mechanisms to solve the puzzles. Find your path to discover the story in the sky!

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Forward to the Sky for Switch delayed to early 2021 – Gematsu

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Forward to the Sky

Publisher Cosen and developer Animu Game have delayed the Switch version of third-person action adventure game Forward to the Sky form its previously planned 2020 release window to early 2021.

Additionally, the companies announced that Tamako Miyazaki will voice the protagonist Princess and Megumi Sakuragi will voice the Witch and Crystal. Mao Amatsuka, who sang the theme song for Panty Party, which was also developed by Animu Game, will sing the theme song for Forward to the Sky as well.

The Switch version of Ever Forward to the Sky will be playable at upcoming game events such as Digital Games Expo 2020, which will take place on November 29 in Akihabara, Tokyo.

Forward to the Sky first launched for PC via Steam in January 2015.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Story

Once upon a time, there was a great tower in the sky. People were mining crystal with delight during the prosperous days. Until that disaster happened… Time past, the history had been forgotten. And now, it emerged from the clouds again—the sky tower.

Gameplay

Reveal the story of the sky tower!

Forward to the Sky is a third-person action adventure game in the sky tower ruin. You are going to collect all the crystal pieces to connect the story and everything will be revealed once Princess reaches the top level.

Feature

Puzzle platforming, a game features a mixture of puzzles, action and adventure. Relaxing mood, bright art, adventurous but peaceful music, simple control and combat. A game everyone are able to finish and provides additional fun of difficulty to hardcore players.

There are six unique levels to be explored. Battle the elements, run through the traps and play with interactive mechanisms to solve the puzzles. Find your path to discover the story in the sky!

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