If you didn't get around to playing Kena: Bridge of Spirits last year, now is a great time to do so. Ember Lab has just announced a Kena: Bridge of Spirits Steam release on September 27th, which means that PC gamers will no longer have to wade through the Epic Games Store to play the action adventure title. It will also be accompanied by its Anniversary Update, which includes a New Game+ mode, Spirit Guide Trials, new outfits, and more. Let's take a look at it, shall we?
What can we expect in the Kena: Bridge of Spirits Steam release?
Kena: Bridge of Spirits is the same game that players and critics both enjoyed last year, but its new Anniversary Update is big enough to warrant another look. For instance, if players beat the game, they'll be able to play through New Game+, which will have players starting again with all their abilities, upgrades, and Rot. This also means that players will have to face new combat encounters, as well as brand new challenges and some unique enemy types, so don't think New Game+ will be a walk in the park.
There's also the new Spirit Guide Trials mode, which gives players a chance to try out wave defense gameplay, take on some tough obstacle courses, and replay some of the game's boss fights. Basically, if you enjoyed Kena's combat and wanted more, this mode will definitely give you that.
The Kena: Bridge of Spirits Anniversary Update will also give players new outfits to unlock by completing the Spirit Guide Trials. The update is also adding Charmstones that can be equipped to give players a chance to mess around with different playstyles, which is a neat idea.
Last but not least, there's the photo mode, which has been enhanced with more poses, lighting setups, and a moving camera. Considering how beautiful this game looks, I'm sure players will take some stunning screenshots with these extra additions. You can wishlist Kena: Bridge of Spirits on Steam right now ahead of its September 27th release.
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