JETT: The Far Shore will formally launch for the PS4 and PS5 on October 5, 2021. Developer Superbrothers revealed a brand new launch date announcement trailer at gamescom 2021’s Opening Night Live occasion, showcasing some gameplay and story from the sport. Additionally, JETT is at the moment out there for preorder at a 20% discounted value till launch day.

As we lined throughout the sport’s announcement at Sony’s PlayStation State of Play earlier this yr, JETT is a narrative-heavy exploration sport set in a sci-fi world. Players management Mei, an explorer who’s researching an unfamiliar planet alongside her fellow Jett scouts. Inspired by different cinematic exploration video games like flOwer, JETT takes place each on foot and flying throughout the planet’s panorama in a “jett” ship.

The trailer additionally teases a few of these facets, hinting at one thing deeper, stranger, and in some circumstances extra menacing than initially proven. From the gameplay we’ve seen, we all know that the core sport mechanics revolve round investigating native flora and fauna, in addition to researching the supply of unusual soundwaves emanating from the earth. Speaking of soundwaves, Jett additionally boasts a musical rating made in collaboration with Oxenfree composer C. Andrew Rohrmann.

When you’re not studying extra about the atmosphere, gamers also can discuss to different explorers to uncover extra details about their pasts. “Jett tells a layered cinematic story, with on foot segments where you’re able to soak in the mood of a space and talk to people,” states Patrick McAllister, co-creator of writer Pine Scented Software. “… you piece together a thoughtful narrative that is sometimes warm and intimate, often heavy hearted, occasionally spectacular.”

You can try the Jett: The Far Shore launch date trailer beneath:

Jett: The Far Shore is on the market for preorder beginning at the moment on the PlayStation Store at $29.99. Those who preorder the sport get a 20% low cost till launch day on October 5, 2021

[Source: YouTube, PS Blog]