Gorgeous Precision Platformer ‘Symphonia’ Announced for 2024; Not the Tales of Kind

Headup Games has announced the Sunny Peak-developed precision platforming game Symphonia, planned to launch for PC and unspecified consoles in 2024.

This game occurs in the realm of Symphonia, where music is a source of energy and life. However, the founders of the land and their orchestra vanish, prompting the mysterious musician Philemon to make a new orchestra. Throughout this title, each room is handcrafted, and each area is distinct with unique characters. Plus, the world itself is based on the symphonic orchestra.

The soundtrack is “based on the romantic musical period, crafted by composer Olivier Esman.” Additionally, the performance is by the “Scoring Orchestra Paris, recorded specifically for Symphonia and written by composer Olivier Esman and his team.”

Moreover, players will use the violin to trigger elements of the level and even play concerts, “each centered around one of the families of instruments – Strings, Brass and Woodwinds.”

The following nine languages will be supported with subtitles and the in-game interface:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish – Spain
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Portuguese – Brazil
  • Russian
  • Simplified Chinese

You can view official screenshots for Symphonia via our gallery below:

You can view the official announcement trailer for Symphonia below:

You can view additional details via the game’s official Steam page.

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