Devolver Digital’s atmospheric platformer Gris has offered 300,000 copies because it launched in December 2018. Developer Nomada Studio introduced this statistic on its Twitter celebrating the game’s milestone achievement.
To have a good time the gross sales statistic, the studio has launched a free replace titled ‘Gris Undone’, which incorporates quite a lot of behind-the-scenes belongings. The catalogue features a number of tracks by the band Berlinist who composed the game’s unique soundtrack in addition to a number of character illustrations from inventive director Conrad Roset.
The artwork assortment contains unused designs for the younger lady’s gown and concepts for potential scenes that didn’t characteristic within the game’s full launch. One picture within the brief video is the younger lady from Gris within the centre of a large bubble underwater. The replace could be accessed by Gris’ predominant menu and is offered for each PC and Nintendo Switch.
Gris tells the story of a younger lady who journeys by a gray panorama looking for a solution to convey color again to her world. She has a magical cape that provides her particular powers like giving her the flexibility to drift to increased platforms or glide by the murky depths of the ocean.
GRIS Undone is a free replace that features a small catalog of unused music and designs browsable from the menu!
Thanks to the 300,000 folks that have loved our story to date.
GRIS is offered for 15% off for a restricted time. pic.twitter.com/JsAyBTu1B9
— Nomada Studio – G R I S (@nomadastudiobcn) March 7, 2019
Gris a wordless game that speaks its story by stunning visible imagery and distinctive platforming. It’s an summary, evocative expertise that explores themes of grief and loss.
As we get to set our eyes on this stunning replace, plainly Facebook mistook Gris for being “sexually suggestive” and rejected the advert from being displayed on its web site.