The Annapurna Interactive Showcase has just ended, the last live streaming event of the month of July during which the publisher unveiled new products to the public and released unreleased trailers for games that hadn’t been heard of for a few months. .
Opening the dance was The Artful Escape, whose new trailer not only announced the release date, but revealed the presence of a stellar cast that includes well-known faces such as Michael Johnston, Caroline Kinley, Lena Headey, Jason Schwartzman, Mark Strong and Carl Weathers. Then came the turn of a gameplay trailer of Neon White, the particular first person shooter that is based on the collection of cards. The first new announcement was that of A Memoir Blue, a dramatic adventure that tells a story about a mother and her daughter. Another title shown for the first time was Storyteller, a peculiar puzzle game that allows players to build their own stories.
At this point Solar Ash is back to show itself, a game arriving only on PC and PlayStation whose latest trailer reveals the release date, or October 26, 2021. To add a pinch of madness to the event was the reveal trailer by Skin Deep, a bizarre first-person shooter set on a spaceship overrun by pirates. One of the most anticipated titles of Annapurna could not be missing, or Stray, whose gameplay trailer allows you to take a deeper look at the game mechanics. The last big announcement of the evening was the arrival of Outer Wilds: Echoes of the Eye, the space adventure DLC coming next September.
At the end of the event, minor announcements were also made regarding the arrival of products already available on new platforms:
- I Am Dead will arrive on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox on August 9, 2021
- What Remains of Edith Finch will also be released on the App Store on August 16, 2021
- The Pathless will debut on Steam on November 16, 2021
- Gorogoa and Telling Lies will arrive on Xbox Game Pass
Last but not least is the announcement of Ivy Road, a new development team whose developers are all industry veterans. In fact, among the members of the newborn software house we find former developers of The Stanley Parable, Gone Home, Minecraft and Tacoma. At the moment the team is working on a new project but is not ready to show it to the public yet.
Before saying goodbye, we remind you that on our pages you will find a new preview of Stray.