Life is Strange developer Don’t Nod have released their latest narrative adventure in Harmony: The Fall of Reverie, on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. It’s available with a 10% launch discount until June 29.

Polly is a young woman who returns to her hometown to search for her missing mother. She discovers a special gift: a connection to the world of Reverie, and the divine Aspiration known as Harmony.

In the world of Reverie, Polly/Harmony will bond with other Aspirations, earning crystals and unlocking new paths in the story. Using the Augural, Polly can see how her choices affect the future in a visual flowchart.

Ultimately Harmony will choose which Aspiration will become the most dominant in humanity’s future: Glory, Bliss, Power, Chaos, Bond, or Truth. Each divine being features distinct opinions and goals. Every character in Polly’s and Harmony’s worlds are full voiced, and the original soundtrack is composed by Lena Raine (Minecraft).

Indie French developer Don’t Nod are renowned for creating emotionally compelling, narrative rich games, such Tell Me Why and the Life is Strange series.

Harmony: The Fall of Reverie is also available on PC (Steam) and Switch. It’s rated M for Mature for strong language.

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