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Syberia 3’s Launch Trailer Has Landed

Syberia 3's Launch Trailer Has Landed

Syberia 3’s Launch Trailer Has Landed

The game is to be released April 20 in Europe and April 25 in North America in both Standard and Deluxe Editions at $39.99 and $49.99, respectively


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Microids Releases a Second Official Trailer for Syberia 3 – March 28, 2017  

We’ve waited a lot of years and, very soon, the great migration will begin in Syberia 3.

Join Kate Walker and the Youkols on their epic journey to complete the great migration of the snow ostriches. Kate will face unexpected situations, encounter strange characters, face trials that will require all of her strength to overcome and confront life-shattering events.

Benoit Sokal, author and art director of the Syberia saga: Kate Walker therefore continues her imaginary wandering like a lost star no longer constrained by its sun. Through this Eastern European landscape sublimely tired by wars and utopias.

Syberia 3 will feature a brand new way for players to freely explore striking landscapes and circumvent mysteries and puzzles while accompanied by Inon Zur’s enchanting soundtrack.

Developed by Koalabs Studio, the game will be available April 20 in Europe and April 25 in North America on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on Steam for Windows and Mac, and is coming soon on Nintendo Switch. It will be fully dubbed in French, English, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish and subtitled in French, English, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Czech, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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