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[2021-10-19 06:35:02]  #Newsid: 17422 | View: 3949

17-BIT’s mystical VR survival adventure Song in the Smoke is out

Hunt, forage and fight prehistoric beasts on Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. Skulls of the Shogun and GALAK-Z developer 17-BIT has released its highly anticipated VR survival adventure Song in the Smoke on Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. Get ready to embark on an epic quest in a mysterious prehistoric world full of strange beasts where you must craft, forage, hunt, and fight to survive. 


Song in the Smoke utilizes VR to its full potential, allowing players to expertly identify threats with sound, sight, and smell. Use the world to your advantage, and stalk your prey from the tall grass. Intuitive VR controls let you line up the perfect shot with your bow, but be careful to listen out for the creatures that may be hunting you, or else you’ll have to fight for your life with clubs, sticks, or anything else you can get your hands on.

With art by famed illustrator Katsuya Terada (The Legend of Zelda, Blood: The Last Vampire, The Monkey King), Song in the Smoke creates a primordial wilderness unlike any other. Part survival game and part mysterious adventure, Song in the Smoke’s fantastical creatures and stylized scenery lend an eerie, otherworldly tone to an experience that’s both action-packed and intimate.

For more information on Song in the Smoke, Japanese gaming documentary studio Archipel released two behind the scenes videos exploring the creative process behind the game’s development. This first, The Call of Nature, focused on creative director Jake Kazdal’s inspirations from Kyoto’s lush wilderness. The second video showcased renowned illustrator Katsuya Terada’s contributions to Song in the Smoke.

Visit the Song in the Smoke website: http://17-bit.com/
Follow 17-BIT on Twitter: https://twitter.com/17_BIT
Like Song in the Smoke on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SeventeenBit



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17-BIT’s mystical VR survival adventure Song in the Smoke is out

Hunt, forage and fight prehistoric beasts on Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. Skulls of the Shogun and GALAK-Z developer 17-BIT has released its highly anticipated VR survival adventure Song in the Smoke on Oculus Quest, Oculus Rift, and PlayStation VR. Get ready to embark on an epic quest in a mysterious prehistoric world full of strange beasts where you must craft, forage, hunt, and fight to survive. 


Song in the Smoke utilizes VR to its full potential, allowing players to expertly identify threats with sound, sight, and smell. Use the world to your advantage, and stalk your prey from the tall grass. Intuitive VR controls let you line up the perfect shot with your bow, but be careful to listen out for the creatures that may be hunting you, or else you’ll have to fight for your life with clubs, sticks, or anything else you can get your hands on.

With art by famed illustrator Katsuya Terada (The Legend of Zelda, Blood: The Last Vampire, The Monkey King), Song in the Smoke creates a primordial wilderness unlike any other. Part survival game and part mysterious adventure, Song in the Smoke’s fantastical creatures and stylized scenery lend an eerie, otherworldly tone to an experience that’s both action-packed and intimate.

For more information on Song in the Smoke, Japanese gaming documentary studio Archipel released two behind the scenes videos exploring the creative process behind the game’s development. This first, The Call of Nature, focused on creative director Jake Kazdal’s inspirations from Kyoto’s lush wilderness. The second video showcased renowned illustrator Katsuya Terada’s contributions to Song in the Smoke.

Visit the Song in the Smoke website: http://17-bit.com/
Follow 17-BIT on Twitter: https://twitter.com/17_BIT
Like Song in the Smoke on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SeventeenBit

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