Broken Rules told Polygon that it has not yet ruled out a release on consoles. Announced in early July, the action-adventure game comprises of three chapters and is slated for release on an unspecified date later this year. According to Broken Rules Games, Secrets of Rætikon design was inspired by “the kind of flight that one experiences in dreams.”
Players can fly through the game’s varied environments set amongst alpine mountains, such as rolling hills, forests, snowy mountain tops and lightning storms. It is also a “physical puzzle game as much as an exploration game,” as users must reactivate ancient machinery in order to progress through the game. Players can also interact with the animals they encounter, including the ability to lure, feed, tease and set them upon each other. To see Secrets of Rætikon’s gameplay in action, check out the video above.
Broken Rules’ last game was the side-scrolling aerial action game titled Chasing Aurora, which was released for the Wii U on Nov. 18 in North America. Chasing Aurora featured single-player modes and asymmetric multiplayer using the console’s GamePad and up to four more players on other controllers.
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