Life is Strange and Vampyr developer Don’t Nod have announced the official release date for their upcoming narrative game, Harmony: The Fall of Reverie. A new gameplay trailer was also released alongside the announcement, which you can watch below. The trailer shows off the game’s branching story paths and colorful characters.
Harmony: The Fall of Reverie Gameplay Trailer
Harmony: The Fall of Reverie will first release for PC and Nintendo Switch on June 8, 2023, with a subsequent release on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles on June 22.
Players interested in trying the game can download a free demo on Steam that is currently available for a limited time. The demo was released as part of the LudoNarraCon festival, a digital event hosted by indie publisher Fellow Traveller that focuses on narrative-driven games. LudoNarraCon is currently underway and will continue until May 8. The demo, which covers Harmony’s first act, will remain available until May 21.
“We’re excited to have the opportunity to participate in this year’s LudoNarraCon alongside many fellow narrative game developers and to introduce players to the universe of Harmony: The Fall of Reverie. We can’t wait to hear everyone’s first impressions of the demo and the enchanting worlds we’ve built.”, says Cyrille Combes, Executive Producer of Harmony: The Fall of Reverie.
Harmony puts players in the role of Polly, who has returned home to search for her missing mother. Along the way, she learns she has a psychic connection to another world called Reverie, where she is known as Harmony. Players are tasked with restoring balance between the two worlds. To learn more about the game, visit the official Steam page or head over to the Don’t Nod website.