Iris.Fall – Release Date Change and New Trailer

Posted on 07 Nov 2018

Iris.Fall has been pushed back from this month to 7 December 2018. There’s a shiny new trailer to temper the bad news of a delay though, so at least there’s that. Check out the press release below for more info about the game’s mechanics.


Official Press Release

Dark & Gothic Indie Adventure Puzzler Iris.Fall Set for New Release on December 7 2018

Change in release date comes with brand new gameplay trailer

Beijing, China, November 7, 2018 – Publisher Zodiac Interactive and developer NEXT Studio have announced today a change in release date for their upcoming title Iris.Fall. The release date has been switched from November to debut on Steam December 7th, 2018. Fortunately, this news comes with a new trailer to shed light on its unique mechanics and aesthetic.

The trailer showcases Iris.Fall’s blend of both 3D and 2D gameplay and its dark, vaudevillian visuals. The game features a mechanic that allows the player, as Iris, to switch between two worlds of shadow and light as she is led through a dilapidated theatre by a mysterious cat. The environments are filled with puzzles that stretch across both the physical and shadow realms. These challenges make the player carefully consider the ways the two worlds interact with each other to progress.

The shift in release date adds more time to polish and tune the final product to meet the developer’s award-winning pedigree. NEXT Studio says that “they are committed to providing an immersive and gripping experience for the player. The extra time for the project will help us reach that goal. We want Iris.Fall to be a release that lives up to both the standards of our players and our studio.”

The new trailer for Iris.Fall can be viewed here:

Iris.Fall is developed by NEXT Studio, creator of the multi-award winning puzzler Death Coming and published by Zodiac Interactive. The game will be released on Steam for PC on December 7th, 2018.

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