Today, lone-wolf developer David Wehle — who we might commend as a creator of Home is Where One Starts — announced that his pleasing and pacific looking third-person scrutiny is set to arrive on PC and Mac subsequent month, Sep 14, 2017.
The First Tree follows dual together stories: a fox perplexing to find her blank family, and a son reconnecting with his father in Alaska. Players take control of a fox on a “poignant and pleasing tour that crescendos during a source of life, and maybe outcome in and bargain of death.”
Along a way, players will expose artifacts and stories from a son’s life as he becomes intertwined in a fox’s tour towards The First Tree.
According to Wehle, The First Tree is a diversion (likely) for gamers who are fans of titles such as Firewatch, Shelter, Gone Home, and Journey. Similar to those titles, a game’s length will run on a brief side (around an hour and a half), and will underline light nonplus elucidate and platforming.
It’s now misleading how much The First Tree will cost when it launches (likely no some-more than $19.99 USD). Below, we can check out a new beautiful launch trailer that accompanied today’s recover date announcement: