Ever Forward is the Dreamy New Game from the My Time at Portia Devs

Published: February 28, 2020 10:30 AM /


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The My Time at Portia developers have announced their next game: Ever Forward, a dreamlike, 3D puzzle game inspired by the likes of Journey and Portal.

Check out the game's first trailer to get a feel for what Pathea Games is cooking up:

In Ever Forward, players take on the role of a girl named Maya. Maya is trapped in a world that's somewhere in-between reality and her imagination. Inspired by games like Journey and Portal, you'll be able to go on an interesting journey of discovery.

According to a press release, players will have to use their observational and logic skills to unravel the game's reality-bending puzzles. As Maya advances further on in this strange fantasy world, she'll unlock more of her memories and reveal the dark secrets that she's buried there.

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When Can You Play Ever Forward?

The My Time at Portia devs have been quietly developing Ever Forward for the last three years, so that means that we should be able to play it soon. When can you get your hands on this game?

The good news is that a demo will be released on itch.io and Steam within "the next few weeks" according to the press release. The bad news is that there will be a slightly longer wait for the full game; you'll have to wait until sometime in May 2020 to play it on Steam and WeGame.

Console players won't be left out, mind! This newest title from Pathea Games will be making its way to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch sometime later in the fall of 2020. No price has been announced. For now, you can add Ever Forward to your wishlist on Steam.

What do you think of Ever Forward? Does the premise of the game intrigue you or do you need to know more before you'd play it? Let us know in the comments below!

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