Syberia 3 New Trailer Released

The latest trailer for Syberia 3 from Koalabs Studio has been released. Simply entitled ‘Story’, the new trailer reveals a little more of the story and Kate’s Relationship with the Youkol tribe.

In the trailer you see Kate leave with the tribe on a journey to the heart of Siberia to find the snow ostriches and their sacred breeding lands. Of course this simply journey is filled with surprises, and memorable encounters. You also get to see some of Kate’s fellow travelers, such as Ayawaska the Youkol Shaman, her owl Kurk and Captain Obo that larger than life captain of the Krystal. Though no story is complete without romance so expect a chance encounter with an old friend to stir feelings deep within Kate’s heart.

“There were so many work accomplished since we first defined together the story, characters, plots and puzzles. It was more than 3 years ago! Today, we are very proud of the amazing work we achieved, which, we hope, should please fans and let others discover the enchanting universe of this mythical saga.” Declares Stéphane Marty, CEO of Koalabs Studios.

Siberia 3 is an exploration puzzle game, explore striking landscapes and solve their mysteries and puzzles to unravel this strange and unforgiving land.  Playing as Kate Walker, you begin this adventure being found left-for-dead by the Youkol tribe, as they care for the migrating snow ostriches. Trapped as prisoners in the city of Valsembor, you will all have to work together to find a way to continue your journey, and solve the various challenges in your way. Although, the Siberian wasteland is not the only challenge you’ll have as someone from Kate’s past is catching up with her.

Syberia 3 Screenshot

Syberia 3 is developed by Koalabs Studio and will be available from April 20 in Europe and April 25 in North America on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC / Mac. For more information head over to the Syberia Official Site

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin

Jim Franklin is a freelance writer, living in Derby UK with his wife. When time allows he likes nothing more than losing himself in a multi-hour gaming session. He likes most games and will play anything but prefers MMO's, and sandbox RPG's.

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