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Cocoon Is A New Game From Inside And Limbo Designer

Xbox has a long tradition of showcasing some of our favorite indies during its big showcases, and it looks like it’s keeping that tradition alive. During today’s platform’s Summer Game Fest event, we got our first look at a new project from Limbo and Inside Lead Designer Jeppe Carlsen.

Published by Annapurna Interactive, which has its own presentation next month, Cocoon promises to be a stunning experience with an undeniably compelling art style. The creators promise to take players “on an adventure between worlds within worlds,” represented in the trailer by a series of unusual glowing orbs. The clip begins with a wide and stylized view of a desert landscape, soon to be disrupted by a blinding ray of white light. Our hero jumps out of a mechanical-looking cocoon powered by the laser and appears to be some kind of bug. We mostly see it grabbing and scattering globes of different colors, which can allow it to jump to different locations.

There’s not much to learn from this reveal trailer, but the game’s Steam page goes into a bit more detail.

COCOON is a unique take on the puzzle-adventure genre, where each world exists in a sphere that you can carry on your back. Familiarize yourself with the core mechanics of leaping between worlds – and combine, manipulate and rearrange them to solve intricate puzzles.

Cocoon is slated to release sometime in 2023 on Xbox consoles (via Game Pass), Switch, and PC. The trailer’s description notes that fans should prepare to “master world-jumping mechanics to unravel a cosmic mystery.”

https://www.gameinformer.com/xbox-games-showcase/2022/06/12/cocoon-is-a-new-game-from-inside-and-limbo-designer Cocoon Is A New Game From Inside And Limbo Designer

Sarah Ridley

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