Find your family in No Place for Bravery, coming to Steam later this year

I am a hottie for a good story about family and reuniting with a lost loved one. So right off the bat, I’m having some high expectations for the emotional impact There is no room for bravery may be on me. There is no room for bravery is an upcoming story role-playing game about the warrior Thorn, who goes on a quest to find his long-lost daughter. But more interestingly, it seems that the game is not all. How far you will go to save your family is not a black and white situation.

Developed by Glitch Factory and published by Ysbryd Games, the game has initial announcement for a Q4 2021 release date, but a decision was made to delay the game to give it some more favorites. Now, the game will release in Q3 2022 or sometime between July and September. With these changes, the developers hope to better realize their vision “of a story.” A dark, timeless allegory about the thin line between heroism and obsession. That sounds like a solid vision to me.

A family story

Thorn is a grizzly, melancholy beast of a warrior, stuck with the memories of his battle-filled life. He’s ready to retire until he gets a new mysterious lead: more clues about the disappearance of his daughter, Leaf. You will have to endure some challenges.”Sekirofight like” (with adjustable difficulty setting) and explore a pixelated world of giants and monsters to uncover the truth about his daughter.

Meanwhile, you’ll experience the game’s hand-drawn textures and carefully crafted pixel art, all while listening to a sad soundtrack. Hope is enough to keep gamers hooked, because a good story about family is always an emotional time. There is no room for bravery is set to release on Steam for PC later this year. You can read more about There is no room for bravery above it Steam page.

There's no place for brave steam Find your family in No Place for Bravery, coming to Steam later this year


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