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    The King’s Bird Release Date for Consoles Announced.

    Remember when we mentioned that The King’s Bird was coming? Now that the platformer heads to console on February 12, console gamers can soon take to the skies to enjoy their turn with the award-winning The King’s Bird from Serenity Forge and publisher Graffiti Games.

     

    The King’s Bird is a momentum-driven, precision-platforming game that has players use aerial movements to seamlessly dash, glide and flow, with precision and grace, through a mysterious world.

    Discover how to master flight in The King’s Bird gorgeous world with this new console trailer:

    About The King’s Bird

    Set in a cryptic world kept secret by a tyrant, The King’s Bird has players use a unique momentum-based flying mechanic to run, jump, and fly past challenges as they make their way through forgotten lost kingdoms. Only after mastering the world of flight can players discover the truth about their freedom.

    Game Features

    • New yet easily accessible take on the precision-platforming genre
    • Dynamic background music and sounds that change based on your movements
    • Text-less narrative told through visuals in motion
    • Five unique worlds to explore, full of vibrance and colorful silhouettes, with inspirations from ancient Mayan, Southeast Asian, and Roman cultures

     

    We had an overwhelming reception to the launch of the PC version last year and we think The King’s Bird will resonate even more with console gamers,” said Kevin Zhang, Producer at Serenity Forge.The game’s precision movements pairs perfectly with any controller and its vibrant art shines on a large TV.”

    The King’s Bird is launching on the coming February 12, 2019, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch for $19.99 USD

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