Cease-motion-style area journey Harold Halibut appears to be like chic in new story trailer • Eurogamer.internet


Developer Sluggish Bros’ “handmade” area journey Harold Halibut has given its handcrafted units and claymation-style characters one other beautiful airing in a brand-new story trailer.

Harold Halibut is an element stop-motion film, half narrative-driven journey, and tells the story of the titular Harold – a younger lab assistant pressured to dwell his life onboard on a metropolis sized spaceship submerged beneath an alien ocean, 250 years after it fled Earth to protect the human race.

“Whereas many of the ship’s inhabitants have reconciled themselves to a life lived aboard the sunken ship,” explains Sluggish Bros, “[lead scientist Jeanne Mareaux] nonetheless works tirelessly to discover a method for the ship to depart the planet and discover a new, dryer residence.

Harold Halibut – Story Trailer 2021.

“However after all the bizarre, great and various folks of the Fedora hold Harold busy too. Till one fateful encounter plunges Harold into a brand new world that no person might have guessed existed – and one which will maintain the important thing to Mareaux’s re-launch plans.”

Harold Halibut has truly been round for fairly a while, having initially been revealed again in 2016. Its lengthy gestation is not all that shocking although, given the sheer quantity of labor concerned in bringing its handcrafted world to life – a course of that sees intricate real-world units and fashions mixed with motion-capture animation inside Unity. The outcomes, as you’d anticipate, look beautiful, as is clear within the sport’s newly unveiled trailer.

There’s nonetheless no trace of a launch date for Harold Halibut past an understandably non-committal “coming soonish”, however events can keep abreast of its persevering with growth by way of Steam and Sluggish Bros’ web site.

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