Stirfire Studios revealed the release date for their narrative puzzle game Symphony of the Machine this week, and now the developer has released some new screenshots to give people a closer look at the world the title is set in.
Symphony of the Machine will get a European and Australasian release on 12th April, with North America getting it one day earlier on the 11th April. It is currently set to be available for HTC Vive and PlayStation VR.
The videogame is an atmospheric puzzle videogame with a strong story element. The player has to figure out the mysteries of a huge tower in the middle of a post-apocalyptic landscape and solve puzzles to unlock its powers and bring life back to the world.
Players who explore the world carefully will find clues as to the history of the setting, including the story that led up to the devastation that is present at the start of the story. Symphony of the Machine doesn’t use narration or text, instead using its visuals paired with music designed to present the story and atmosphere for a more immersive experience.
You can see the newly released screenshots below.
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