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Firewatch publisher Panic revealed several new titles during its first ever digital games showcase on Tuesday, which can be rewatched in full below.
The Portland, Oregon-based company, which is also behind the Playdate handheld, announced that it will publishing the next games from Untitled Goose Game studio House House and Okomotive, the team behind Far: Lone Sails and Far: Changing Tides.
“We’re just here today to say that we’re working with Panic again on a new game,” House House’s Michael McMaster said in a video message. “It’s something totally new, totally different and we hope you’ll like it. It doesn’t have a name yet, but I reckon we’ll figure it out. That’ll be fine.”
Okomotive’s technical director Isabelle Roesch said: “This time, we’re telling a new story outside of the Far Universe. In our largest game to date, we’re exploring original gameplay mechanics to let you experience a new fantastic adventure.”
Panic also revealed Arco, “a turn-based action RPG that follows four different characters on a quest for revenge, as their lives are shaken by a rapidly growing corporate mafia”.
And it offered new looks at a couple of previously revealed games, Nour: Play With Your Food and first-person football title Despelote. Experimental food art game Nour received a September 12 release date for PS5, PS4, and PC/Mac via Steam and Epic Games Store.
Despelote, which is described as “a slice-of-life adventure about childhood and the magical grip soccer held over the people of Quito, Ecuador” in the run-up to the country’s first ever World Cup appearance in 2002, is targeting an early 2024 release early on PC, Xbox Series X/S and PS5.