Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is one of those blissful games you can unwind with after a hair-pulling day. The idyllic, open-world visuals are one aspect of the adventure game that will look stunning on a next-gen system, and developer Prideful Sloth and publisher Merge Games has just announced its PS5 arrival.
Launching in May, Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles – Enhanced Edition will get its PS5 release with those all-important upgrades. The game will utilize Sony’s DualSense wireless controller haptic feedback – hopefully the latest claims of DualSense drift won’t affect you – and speaker support, as well as feature 4K resolution and 60 fps. There will also be additional player character accessories on offer, and Yonder’s PS5 release will launch as a standard edition as well as a Signature Edition, available from Signature Edition Games.
Yonder’s Signature Edition will retail at $49.99, and comes with a display box, art prints featuring the development team’s signatures, two enamel pins of Yonder and Groffle, an enamel cat keychain, and an original art book detailing the game’s development. The game is well known for its wonderful scenery, so the artbook will be particularly popular. Signature Edition pre-orders are available now.
Paradise island awaits in Yonder, where you will be able to explore the multi-environment expanse of Gemea. One of your goals as the hero of the game is to find hidden creatures known as Sprites, and use their power to eradicate the ‘Murk’ and restore the island’s natural essence. As well as mastering professions like carpenter, chef, and tailor, you will also be able to befriend and adopt the game’s undeniably cute animals.
Yonder isn’t the only PS4 game getting a current-gen upgrade, as Sony slowly but surely adds to its back catalogue. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time will arrive on the PS5 March 12, and for owners of the PS4 version of the game, the upgrade to the new system will be free of charge.
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