Kona II: Brume will be playable at gamescom
Kona II: Brume, sequel to the hit Kona, a single-player first-person narrative adventure developed by Parabole and published by Ravenscourt, will immerse players directly in the investigation of Detective Carl Faubert. The game offers a unique story-based experience thanks to an omniscient narrator.
Set in the rural countryside of northern Canada in the 1970s, Kona II: Mist sees you fight to survive the threat of the Mist that distorts the realities of the region and its nature. Detective Carl Faubert has decided to solve the mystery and you have to put yourself in his shoes: what dark truth lurks in the fog?
A teaser trailer and a series of new screenshots are available, giving you a first preview of the snowy landscapes of Northern Canada from the 1970s.
Explore the vast fictional land of Manastan in Northern Canada and make your way through the village or what’s left of it. Look for clues in the wooden shacks, visit nearby places in your trusty dog sled, and cruise the surrounding lakes.
Follow the clues and your findings very carefully. Consult Carl Faubert’s diary and test your detective skills. Can you solve the mystery of the fog?
The Mist is relentless: a freezing snowstorm, dangerous wildlife and worrying nightmares. Prepare to survive against all odds.
A rich and engaging story: Find and inspect objects, letters and documents as an omniscient narrator recounts your journey to Manastan.
In addition to the announcement of Kona II: Brume, Parabole and Ravenscourt are happy to announce that there will be a playable demo at gamescom Cologne (August 24 – August 29) at the indie booth arena.
Watch the trailer here:
Kona II: Mist will be released in 2023 on PlayStation® 4, PlayStation® 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC.