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Neva debuts new gameplay trailer at Summer Game Fest

Neva, from the studio who broke hearts with Gris, is set to launch sometime this year.

Nomada Studio shared a new look at the gameplay of Neva at Summer Game Fest. From the makers of Gris, Nomada Studio’s first beautiful and somber title, Neva will tell an emotional story, feature combat in addition to platforming, and retain the studio’s trademark colorful art and harrowing music.

Neva follows Alba and her wolf companion as they travel together through a dying world. According to the official press release, “the wolf will grow and mature over time — as will Alba’s relationship with it as they traverse this cursed, decaying world.” The trailer shows them fighting in tandem against some creepy, No Face-like creatures.

Neva looks to launch sometime in 2024 (keep your fingers crossed). I’ve had my eye on Neva since it was revealed last year, and can’t wait to finally experience it.

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