‘Syberia 3’ Update Revolves Around Kate Walker, Youkoi; PC Version Available In Steam
"Siberia 3" developer Microids studio continues to tease its fans by releasing another trailer for its upcoming offering. The trailer reveals Kate Walke's ongoing relationship with the nomadic tribe called Youkoi.
Nothing is more important to the tribe than to fulfill an odd ancestral ritual, that is to accompany their own native animal called snow ostriches to its seasonal migration. The trailer showed Kate leaving with the tribe. It was supposed to be a simple trip but turned out to be another steampunk adventure for the American lawyer, reports The Zombie Chip.
The latest "Siberia 3" trailer also showed several characters of the game, Ayawaska, the Youkol Shaman and her owl Kurk, Captain Obo of the Krystal. Fans can also expect a little romantic undertaking for Kate, as she meets up with a long-time friend that was close to her heart once.
The third game in the series will still test the puzzle-solving skills of its players. It is imperative to solve these puzzles as this will make the story move forward. The two previous games of the series also required players solve puzzles in a particular order to go to the next round of adventures, so it is still expected to come along with the next game.
Meanwhile, Windows PC gamers now have the option to preorder "Siberia 3" on Steam, IB Times reported. There are also two options available to them - standard and deluxe editions. The standard version is available for $20 and is simply the game. The digital deluxe pack will include freebies - digital official soundtrack and an exclusive 20-page digital comic book. It is expensive by just $5.
The game requires that a PC be equipped with at least an Intel Core i3, 4GB of RAM, a NVIDIA GTX 550 Ti or equivalent or higher and 45GB of hard drive storage. The new game will still run on a Windows 7 operating system but will require the 64bit version.
"Syberia 3" is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows PC on April 25 in North America and April 20 in Europe. A Nintendo Switch version is also in development, but its release date is still to be confirmed. Watch the game's "Syberia 3" story trailer here: