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With Feather bringing its relaxing Zen to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One after leaving players on both the PC and Nintendo Switch in a great mood. Which, in terms of 2020-ness, is something of an achievement. In Feather you take control of a bird to explore a large island at your own pace and discover its secrets -- without worrying about being attacked.

Plus, there's cross-play as part of the passive multiplayer that lets you encounter other birds.

Lose yourself in flight surrounded by lush environments and friendly creatures to the beat of a soothing ambient soundtrack. Fly free, explore, and make connections along your journey. Swoop, glide, and backflip your way around mysterious locations to uncover hidden paths that only birds can follow. There’s no right or wrong, no demands, no bosses – only you, the wind, and the sky.

“Feather’s inception came from a game jam project called Fruits of a Feather a few years ago," Nicholas McDonnell, Managing Director at Samurai Punk explains. "It was originally intended to be an air-combat fighting game – but due to disagreements about how combat would work, the team decided to focus on what already worked best: the game's fluid and joyous flight experience. In the midst of a pandemic, we all wish we could be birds flying free above our neighborhoods – soaring across mountain ranges or even the ocean. It warms our hearts to know that Feather can deliver that feeling for both console and PC gamers – no matter where they are."

The console launch also comes alongside a new Explorer Update that adds a brand new area to explore in addition to new music, expanded weather conditions, and improved detail.

Feather is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in addition to PC and Nintendo Switch.

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