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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Delayed to September 2021

Kena: Bridge of Spirits
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Kena: Bridge of Spirits Updates: In response to the desire to improve the game, Ember Lab postponed the release of “Kena: Bridge of Spirits” from August to September. Kena: Bridge of Spirits made its debut when Sony’s PS5 was released in June 2020 and is currently being developed at the Ember Lab animation studio. It is the group’s first game.

This fascinating action-adventure film tells the story of Ken, a spiritual teacher with multiple magical powers. You will also collect dozens of red buddies around you, all of which play an important role in how Kena interacts with these cute charcoal-like creatures.

It also looks interesting. The original purpose of Ember Lab was to allow players to access the project during the 2020 holiday period, so Ken moved into the first quarter of 2021. Kena bragged about the August 2021 release deadline, which was refreshed after a period of silence, but the deadline was only postponed once Again.

Kena: Bridge of Spirits Delayed

Kena: Bridge of Spirits
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In a post on the studio’s official Twitter page, Ember Lab announced that it had made a “difficult decision” to postpone the release of Kena: Bridge of Spirits. A blog post by Textladen talked about the need to improve the platform to maximize the value of the team. Unlike the previously announced August deadline, Kena: Bridge of Spirits will now be released on September 21, one month later, for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. Ember Lab’s post is as follows:

As usual, the delay was disappointing, especially considering that the message was close to Ken’s previous expiration date. However, the extra weeks of polishing are likely to help ensure that Ember Lab provides a smooth gaming experience for all players.

September is expected to be a busy month for video game releases. In addition to Kena: Bridge of Spirits, players can immerse themselves in Aragami 2, which is the sequel to the outstanding adventure of independent developer Lince Works.

Sega Lost Judgment also has a September release date, as does Life is Strange: True Colors. Nintendo Switch players can look forward to some early versions of Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot and Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom.