Bridge of Spirits Getting Physical Release This Week

Game developer Ember Lab and publisher Maximum Games stated that a physical deluxe version of their game Kena: Bridge of Spirits will be available starting tomorrow, which comes with extra goodies.

The physical deluxe edition is expected to have a $49.99 price point and will be available via retail. The bonus collectibles come in digital form mostly, but a physical sticker sheet will be thrown in the mix. As for digital collectibles, players can expect these special rewards: in-game silver staff, Rot character skin in gold, and more hats for the Rot - so cute!

Kena: Bridge of Spirits has been a huge hit among the gaming community since its launch in September, and has since earned back all of its development costs. It has already begun accumulating its share of award recognition, having been nominated for a Golden Joystick Award, as well as receiving three nominations from The Game Awards in the categories of Best Art Direction, Best Indie Game, and Best Debut Game.

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The story follows Kena, a spirit guide, who travels to an abandoned village to find a sacred mountain shrine. In the process, she builds a team of adorable little spirits, also known as the “Rot,” who aid Kena in her quest by helping her acquire special abilities, manipulate the environment, and discover hidden secrets across the mysterious overgrown forest where trapped spirits dwell.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits is available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Epic Games Store.

Here is the official synopsis of Kena:

Kena, a young Spirit Guide, travels to an abandoned village in search of the sacred mountain shrine. She struggles to uncover the secrets of this forgotten community hidden in an overgrown forest where wandering spirits are trapped.

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