Cris Tales Demo Now Available on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch

Publisher Modus Games and developers Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK have announced that a demo for their upcoming game Cris Tales is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

This demo will lets players get acquainted with Crisbell’s time-manipulating abilities by playing through a slice of the story, in which Crisbell must manage the past, present, and future at the same time. You’ll get to try out the Colosseum mode and take on eight waves of battles that culminate in a mini-boss fight.

Cris Tales launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on November 17 and will also be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in the future.

Today’s console demo launches on Colombian Independence Day, celebrating a country that Cris Tales is heavily inspired by and where it is currently being developed by Dreams Uncorporated and SYCK. Players can see this inspiration first-hand in the architecture, culture, and even character design of the game, allowing for the developers to share their culture through ‘endemic fantasy’ by infusing their personal connections with Colombia into the game itself.

Learn more about the game’s Colombian influences here:

Also a part of the demo is a look at the game’s Colosseum mode, in which players will work with party-member Wilhelm to take on eight waves of battles that will increase in difficulty every round, ending in a mini-boss fight and giving players a small glimpse of the full mode they’ll encounter at launch.

Cris Tales is a classically inspired RPG where past, present and future are brought together on one screen. Players can use Crisbell’s amazing ability to slip between time periods, aiding citizens across Crystallis’ kingdoms and pushing enemies to specific points in time for an upper hand in battle. The game has been highly anticipated since its reveal at E3 2019, where it won several accolades and nominations, including Best Indie Game. Players can head to the Xbox Store, PlayStation Store, and Nintendo eShop to download the demo on their platform of choice now.

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