One man developer Andrew Shouldice announced an adorable Zelda-like game called Tunic at the PC Gaming Show.
Featuring beautiful visuals, Tunic has you playing a fox lost in a world he does not belong in. On the Steam page, it says that Tunic lets you “Explore the wilderness, discover spooky ruins, and fight terrible creatures from long ago.” Shouldice spoke about the game to Siliconera and said that it’s an “isometric single-player adventure that holds certain classic triangle-seeking games as important touchstones. I have a special nostalgia for exploring vast, inscrutable worlds that offer precious few helping hands.”
Andrew Shouldice previously worked at Silverback Games, the developer of the Empress of the Deep games. According to his interview with Siliconera, he left the company because he felt peer pressure and he started wondering what he could pull off if he spent more than a weekend working on something.
Tunic is coming to PC, Mac, Linux and consoles sometime in 2018. Finji, the publisher of Tunic, has not confirmed which consoles it will be coming to. It is now available to preorder on Steam.
The PC Gaming Show also announced a XCOM 2 expansion War of the Chosen, Age of Empires Definitive Edition with 4K resolution, and many more games.
Source: E3 2017 PC Gaming Show