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Indie gem Sable is coming to Xbox and PC in September

By Dom Peppiatt
10 June 2021 20:00 GMT

Indie darling and desert-roaming adventure game, Sable, finally has a release date – it’s coming September 23 to Xbox and PC.

Only a few days ago, we got to see 13 minutes of Sable in action. Now, the action-adventure with a very Moebius-inspired art style, has an official release date.

It was announced with a performance from Japanese Breakfast (which you can watch over on Twitch or YouTube) and the band’s styles really fit in with the lovely visuals the game boasts.

Watch on YouTube

Sable was announced by developer Shedworks back at E3 2018, and players have been eager to see more of its magical visuals for a while.

The game follows the story of the eponymous character Sable, and it’s a coming-of-age tale that you’ll be able to have conversations in which will determine the progress of the story.

Creative director Gregorios Kythreotis has previously confirmed on Twitter that the game will only run at 30fps, though the team is considering offering a 24fps option, too.

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