Don’t Nod, a french indie game development company, has been known for their Choose-Your-Ending video games. With impactful narratives such as the Life is strange franchise as well as Tell Me Why, fans of the studio’s story rich productions have been eager to see what comes next from the company. Thanks to the Nintendo showcase, we got a closer look at the next project Don’t Nod has been working on.
Harmony: The Fall of Reverie follows the story of Polly returning to her home, becoming distraught after seeing her endangered community under the grasp of a powerful corporation. Not long after, she discovers her new gift of clairvoyance giving her the ability to walk between the worlds of Reverie, a domain of Humanity’s apsirations, and her own. As she ventures across the realms, the player must help choose their destiny as humanity’s fate lies in their hands.
While this game differs from Don’t Nod’s usual motion-capture style, it features a fully voice-acted 2D artstyle similar to Hades. Fans of Life is Strange also know about the game’s popular and well-loved soundtrack. Luckily for them, Harmony: The Fall Of Reverie will feature music scored by Lena Raine, a composer known for Celeste and Chicory: A Colorful Tale. Contrary to Don’t Nod’s previous works, this game definetly has us looking forward to this upcoming Summer.
But whether or not this game will match it’s predecessors, We won’t know for sure. Until then, The possibilities for this game are endless.
Source: Harmony: The Fall of Reverie official Don’t Nod game page