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For PS4 and PC, on July 18. Prideful Sloth, an Australian studio made up of ex-AAA developers who worked on the Batman: Arkham series and more, is bringing this expertise to Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. A bright, vibrant looking adventure that definitely has more than a few shades of Zelda. Which is evident in the new trailer that you can watch here.



Yonder's journey will follow a youth shipwrecked on the vibrant shores of Gemea, an expansive locale with eight different environments. Each location will offer its own wildlife and ecosystem, ranging from sunny sandy beaches to rolling grassy plains and steep snow-capped mountains.
 
Despite its lush climates, the isle and its kind-hearted inhabitants are enshrouded by an evil fog slowly destroying paradise. By supporting residents through talents including fishing, farming, crafting, brewing, and cooking, adventurers will build relationships with the locals and earn help with their journey to restore Gemea.


It certainly looks pretty, and if the fishing, cooking and other crafting mechanics work as well as the visuals this could be quite the sleeper hit. 



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