will be showing off a little more of the new 3D adventure Syberia 3 which continues the journey of Kate Wlaker as she lies adrift in a makeshift raft. It will be attending Gamescom in Cologne, Germany from August 7th.
It will fully support the new power of PCs and next-gen consoles by embracing the freedom of a full 3D world, and composer Inon Zur will be at the event to unveil his latest musical work for the project.
Having composed pieces for the likes of Fallout and Dragon Age, Inon Zur is no stranger to video game scores. The first tracks will be played "during the Video Games Live concerts on August 7,8 and 9" during Gamescom.
"Still guided by its author and artistic director, Benoit Sokal, the third episode of Kate Wlaker’s journey takes place adrift on a makeshift craft. By chance, the youkol caravan that she had come across in Syberia 2 finds her before she passes away."
"Determined to run away from their common ennemy, Kate decides to help the nomads with their ancestral singular tradition: accompany the snow ostriches transhumance to the sacred steppes to breed. This adventure through charming scenery and a devastated city will take the young heroin in an utmost dangerous and wonderful journey with many enemies hot on their heels..."
Syberia 3 releases on PC, Xbox One and PS4 in 2016.