A Tale of Paper Complete Edition Headed to PS5 - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 31 May 2021 / 592 Views
Developer Open House Games announced A Tale of Paper Complete Edition is coming to the PlayStation 5. A release date was not announced.
The Complete Edition will have a new story, which will be released as DLC for the PlayStation 4 version.
View a trailer of the game below:
Here is an overview of the game:
Can a dream transcend its owner? Follow the beautiful tale of Line an endearing paper in this atmospheric adventure with a hint of puzzles. Learn origami transformations to overcome obstacles and explore from a different perspective escaping from little big dangers. Help Line fulfilling the dream of its creator!
- Help a fragile and endearing paper to fulfill the dream of his creator – Embark on an adventure of loss and hope through the eyes of Line, a paper boy who magically came to live. Assist him escape from unusual dangers and bring him the strength he will need to reach the end of his journey.
- Use the origami to overcome obstacles – Master Line’s origami transformations to reach new levels, solve light puzzles and complete platforming sequences.
- Discover our world from a different perspective – Experience a super-sized world through the eyes of a small paper boy.
- An experience without text – You will live the story through the world and its objects. Explore a variety of levels each with its own ambiance and story to tell. Remember that visuals can be more powerful than words…
A Tale of Paper first launched for PlayStation 4 in October 2020.
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