Come February, an darling new video diversion impression famous as Yarny is set to learn us all a doctrine about umbrella love.
Made from a singular (very long, digital) thread of yarn, Yarny is a big-hearted protagonist of Unravel, a new diversion from EA and eccentric studio Coldwood. The companies on Monday announced that Unravel will be accessible worldwide on Feb. 9 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. There’s also a new, central story trailer to get us all excited.
First announced during E3, a physics-based nonplus platformer is set in lifelike Northern Sweden, where Coldwood is based. Yarny sets out on a tour to mend damaged bonds, though will need to make it from place to place but regulating out of yarn. Along his journey, Yarny will confront all forms of obstacles.
“Some hurdles are simple, like regulating Yarny’s thread to pitch opposite a gap, or rappel down a tree,” a companies pronounced in a statement. “But others are some-more complex, and players will need to use Yarny’s thread in crafty and artistic ways to find a trail forward.”
Along a way, players will “unlock a intense story about adore and longing, and a ties that bind.”
Coldwood’s Creative Director Martin Sahlin pronounced he’s anticipating a diversion will enthuse players and yank during their heart strings.
“Yarny’s query is to mend damaged holds and a chronicle represents a adore and tie between people,” Sahlin said. “Along a way, we’ll exam your artistry with environment-based puzzles desirous by a home in Northern Sweden.”
The diversion will set we behind $19.99 in North America. EA Access members will have a event to play Unravel before a Feb. 9 recover date, and get a 10 percent bonus on a Xbox One version.
For more, check out a central trailer below.