Sky: Children of the Light launching Season of Sanctuary

Published: June 22, 2020 12:23 PM /


Season of Sanctuary

Sky: Children of the Light, a mobile game from thatgamestudio, has launched a first year anniversary event called the Season of Sanctuary, which is the event that takes place after the Season of Enchantment.

The F2P title is a "social adventure" where players will work together in a world that continually evolves with new characters, adventures, and collectibles. It's supposed to meld together a riveting soundtrack and a emotional story, which is something that is definitely in thatgamestudio's wheelhouse

Players apparently "spread hope" through a desolate kingdom by returning fallen Stars to their constellations in the sky. By sharing light to both "awaken and redeem... [their] perished ancestors can the mysteries be uncovered" which definitely enough of a plot hook to keep players coming back, apparently, as the team has been updated the game pretty regularly since its release.

In Sky players will be able to explore 7 different realms, meet and talk to different players, customize their player avatars, team up with other players to save spirits and discover treasure, gift candles of light to show appreciation to one another, and create a harmony together with thatgamestudio's famous style of music. 

If you're interested in checking out the game, it's available on iOS and Android right now for free. If you don't want to game on your phone, it will be available on the Nintendo Switch later this Summer. If you don't have a Nintendo Switch and really don't want to play on your phone, it'll be coming to the PC, macOS, and other consoles soon.

What do you think of this news? Are you interested in this game? Are you going to play it on your phone or wait for it on your preferred platform? Let us know in the comments!

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