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Syberia 3 Gets a New Video, New Screenshots and Release Date

Syberia 3 Gets a New Video, New Screenshots and Release Date

Syberia 3 Gets a New Video, New Screenshots and Release Date

Microïds unveils the latest info about the long-anticipated third installment of Benoît Sokal’s Syberia saga, to be released December 1st.


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Syberia 3 Retrospective Video – March 27, 2016

The video below will take you behind-the-scenes of Syberia 3 as well as present a few short sequences from the game itself.

From the development team: Though some of the visual, audio and voice-rendering are still works-in-progress that may yet be altered, the team wanted to share a first glimpse of the title and of its scope with the community.

In Syberia 3, Kate Walker’s life is saved by the Youkols, whom she then joins in one of their ancestral traditions: the transhumance of the snow ostriches to the holy steppes where they can reproduce. The journey will be full of both enchantment and danger, as Kate continues to be pursued by scoundrels.

In a first for the series, the game will be rendered in full 3D. Players will experience a new level in freedom of movement, and there will be new ways to unravel the game’s mysteries.

Microïds will launch Syberia 3 on December 1, 2016 for Windows, Mac, PS4 and Xbox One. It will be available in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Polish and Russian.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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