Indie publisher Digerati is thrilled to announce its narrative card game about relationships bringing Signs of the Sojourner to consoles. The critically acclaimed narrative card game will be available to download on March 17th on PS4, March 18th on Nintendo Switch, and March 19th on Xbox One. All versions will have a 20% launch discount (PS+ subs only on PS4). The debut title from developer Echodog Games, Signs of the Sojourner was released last year for Windows and macOS.
“It’s been so exciting to see the reception – One of our goals was to explore themes that we hoped would be highly relatable to most folks–leaving home and returning changed, exploring identity and shifting relationships. It’s been amazing and humbling to see how people relate to different aspects of the game and use it as a lens to examine or reflect on their own experiences.”
Dyala Kattan-Wright – Game designer and founder of Echodog Games
Game details and features as shared on Steam:
Your deck is your character, reflecting your experiences and shaping your relationships. Make decisions about who your character is in this world, pushing forward with the cards you’re dealt.
You take over your mother’s store after her death, travelling to diverse locations in order to acquire goods for the shop. Along the way, encounter optimistic stories, compassionate characters, and delightful surprises in a world where travel is difficult and climate change has made life hard.
Forge new friendships, rivalries, and connections through card game conversations. Play cards to match the tone and perspective of your partner or disregard their feelings to sell your own point of view. The story continues either way.
Venture forth to find rare and useful goods to aid your town. Make difficult choices along the way. The consequences shape your character’s deck and every conversation that follows, en route to many possible endings.
You’ll explore the world, but also explore what it means to return home.
Meet and grow alongside unforgettable characters. Will you hold on to your childhood friendships? Will your adventures on the road lead you down different paths? Who will you become, and what will you leave behind?