Modus Games has announced their lineup for Gamescom 2019.
Three of their titles include Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, Ary and the Secret of Seasons, and Cris Tales. However, two undisclosed titles were also teased.
You can read the full line-up below:
Ary and the Secret of Seasons (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
Ary and the Secret of Seasons joins players with Ary, a young girl with the power to bend seasons of weather to her will. With a mysterious force hurling her world into chaos, Ary sets out to find a solution, wielding her unique ability to defeat enemies, solve environmental puzzles, and explore new regions of a vibrant but troubled world.
Cris Tales (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
Cris Tales follows a young girl’s adventure through a lush world as her actions ripple through time to influence both past and future. With exploration and turn-based combat taking place across past, present, and future simultaneously, this tribute to the golden age of JRPGs is an ambitious elevation of a classic genre’s storytelling themes and combat.
Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince (PC, PS4, Xbox One, Switch)
The return of the adored co-operative puzzle-platforming adventure series, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince weaves re-imagined puzzles with overhauled combat for the series’ boldest adventure yet, while also introducing series firsts like four-player multiplayer. Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince hones in on the essence of what makes Trine games fun for everyone and brings its fantastical world to new heights.
Unannounced Game #1
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Unannounced Game #2
[REDACTED] cult classic horror series’ return, checking players back into the unsettling [REDACTED]. Patrons will need to utilize stealth and resourcefulness as they explore their home away from home, uncovering dark secrets as they meet [REDACTED] many guests and dangers.
We will keep you updated as we learn more.
Gamescom 2019 runs from August 20th to the 24th at the Koelnmesse in Cologne, Germany.