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The debut trailer has been released for Wander, an unconventional MMO that lets you play as a sentient tree, griffin, and sea creature.

Set to release on PS4 and PC in March 2015, the non-combat MMO was devised by local Australian (Melbourne to be specific) resident Loki Davison in a bid to fill what he perceives as a void for a massively multiplayer title focused on story rather than violence. Instead, Wander will let you explore its environment in a variety of forms.

The PlayStation Blog explains you'll start off in the centre of a forest you don't remember, in a form unfamiliar to you. From there you're asked to follow clues and find new ways to explore the world.

"Playable characters in Wander include the Oren – a walking, sentient tree, and the form you occupy at the beginning of the game; the griffin – with the power of flight; the azertash – with the ability to swim and breathe underwater; and the swift and agile hira," it reads. "Each of these forms has several unique and gorgeous variants, all with their own cultures, backstories, and specific ways of interacting with other forms and tribes. Along your way you’ll discover lorestones, mysterious records that teach you bits of the history of the planet and its inhabitants."

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