[Updated] Drawn to Life: Two Realms Trailer Shows New Game Coming This Year

Published: November 3, 2020 3:34 PM /


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Update: The leaked Drawn to Life: Two Realms trailer has been taken down, but the game itself and its release date have finally been confirmed by 505 Games.

"After over ten years of absence, the Drawn to Life series returns with a true continuation!" read a portion of a statement to Nintendo Life from Drawn to Life's Global Brand Manager Lennart Bobzien. "Drawn to Life: Two Realms captures the charming atmosphere of the series perfectly and adds new features to offer fans and newcomers the full Drawn to Life experience."

Digital Continue serves as the developer, formed in part by many developers from the original games according to a press release, The game will be available for $9.99 on PC via Steam and Nintendo Switch and $4.99 for ioS and Android; it will also introduce a new "toy placement mechanic" that allows players to put toys around the level to assist with their movement in platforming sections. A new Creation Tool will also allow players to further customize their hero's look with the new "Outfit System."

For now, you can add Drawn to Life: Two Realms to your wishlist on Steam. We've replaced the leaked Drawn to Life: Two Realms trailer with the official trailer. Our original story continues below.

An apparent trailer for Drawn to Life: Two Realms has leaked on YouTube, indicating that this old Nintendo 3DS and Wii series may be getting a modern revival for PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.

Drawn To Life is a game that allows players to draw their own player character, weapons, and certain objects in the game world. Formerly published by THQ, this game allowed players to exercise their creative freedom in an intriguing way with a similar vibe to Scribblenauts, and developed by the same folks at 5th Cell.

Unfortunately, this franchise soon fell by the wayside. A version of the game was released for the Apple App Store back in 2014, but it no longer appears to be available. Now, a new trailer has leaked online and this may be the first confirmation that the game is getting a revival on modern systems — go ahead and give the trailer a look!

Is the Drawn to Life: Two Realms Trailer Real?

The immediate question that comes to mind is this: is the Drawn to Life: Two Realms trailer leak real or is this a well-crafted fake?

A new episode joins the series
Embark on a new adventure
Mike and his friends need your help
Unlock fun costumes
Releases December 7
– TechRaptor's translation of the trailer

The firmest piece of evidence we have to date is the fact that Drawn to Life: Two Realms was rated in Taiwan late last month (via Gematsu). Combine that with the trailer and it seems likely that this game is real. (Our searches of multiple other worldwide rating boards have not yet revealed a listing for the game.)

The other evidence surrounding this rumored title, however, is somewhat less certain. The domain drawntolifegame.com and a @drawntolifegame Twitter account were also created in October 2020, but there is no confirmation that the domain and Twitter account were registered by 505 Games or the game's developer, whomever that may be as at this time, there is no confirmation of 5th Cell being the developer.

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When is the Reported Drawn to Life: Two Realms Release Date?

The Drawn to Life: Two Realms release date may be December 7, 2020, if the leaked Drawn to Life: Two Realms trailer is accurate. The leaked trailer suggests that the game will be coming to PC via Steam, Android, iOS, and Nintendo Switch,

Further investigation has yet to reveal any other tangible information regarding this leaked game; as always, take the validity of rumors with a grain of salt. If this revival is real, however, it's sure to make a lot of longtime fans happy to see the game return to modern systems.

Do you think the Drawn to Life: Two Realms trailer is real? What's your favorite thing about the franchise? Let us know in the comments below!

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