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Microids Releases a Second Official Trailer for Syberia 3

Microids Releases a Second Official Trailer for Syberia 3

Microids Releases a Second Official Trailer for Syberia 3

Includes the return of a key character from the saga!


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Interview with Composer Inon Zur – February 18, 2017
Microids Announces Launch Dates for Syberia 3; New Trailer and Screens are Released – February 8, 2017 

Syberia 3‘s second official trailer unveils more of Kate Walker’s relationship with the Youkol tribe, and she also meets up with an old friend who is very dear to her heart (and ours). Have a look!

Kate joins the Youkols on an adventure full of surprises, epic moments and strange characters. You will get to know some of Kate’s traveling companions such as Ayawaska, the Youkol tribe’s shaman, who tag-teams with her owl; Kurk, the spiritual guide of the Youkol; and Captain Obo, proud captain of the Krystal.

Stéphane Marty, CEO, Developer Koalabs Studios (verbatim): There were so many work accomplished since we first defined together the story, characters, plots and puzzles. It was more than 3 years ago! Today, we are very proud of the amazing work we achieved, which, we hope, should please fans and let others discover the enchanting universe of this mythical saga.

Syberia 3, created by Benoit Sokal with original soundtrack by Inon Zur (Syberia 2Fallout 4Dragon AgePrince of Persia), is still set for release April 20th in Europe and April 25th in North America on PS4, Xbox One, Windows and Mac. Pre-orders continue to be available on Steam for Windows and Mac for $39.99 (Regular Edition) and $49.99 (Deluxe Edition). The game is also being released on Nintendo Switch.


Karla Munger

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